Pear, Cheddar, & Onions – Oh my! – Adding a New Sandwich to the Repertoire

6 Jun

Party-In-Your-Mouth Sandwich

PBJ not cuttin’ it for ya’ lately?  You’ve come to the right place!

Recipe altered from Taste of Home.

Great news!   There are still wild species of sandwiches, lurking in our refrigerators, just waiting to be discovered!  Here’s the latest one to rear it’s beauteous head*:


  • 2 slices wheat bread – lightly toasted
  • 2 tsp. your fave mustard (i used horseradish brown but i bet honey mustard would be outrageous)
  • 1 pear – sliced
  • 1/2 a red onion – thinly sliced
  • 2 TBS pecans – chopped
  • However-much-cheese-you-like-on-your-sandwiches of cheddar cheese – sliced


  1. Pile everything onto the toast.  Nuke it for like 15 seconds til the cheese is melty-gooey-delicious.
  2. Take a picture for my blog.  I may or may not have eaten mine way too fast for any camera action.
  3. Nosh.

You’re exactly right.  It doesn’t get any easier than that.  Score.

*Before you run to Wegman’s to buy everything to make this delicious sandwich, just because I said so, you should realize that I have weird taste.  Really wierd, as in fried-egg-over-peanut-butter-and-jelly-on-toast-with-salt-and-pepper is my fave.  So think about the flavors we’re working with here and make a wise decision.  Then again, just buy the stuff – worst case scenario they are all most delightful when working independently on your taste buds.

If you’re still reading – bravo.  I will reward you with some various lovely photos that are to pretty not to post:

Still reading?  Fine.  One more tidbit. I have a special bond with pears.  When I was a little girl I thought that one was supposed to consume them in their entirety.  Don’t laugh – have you ever tried it? – their cores are incredibly soft and delicious.  See also – pears trees are growing in my belly.


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