By Stephanie Smith
whilst New York Post author Stephanie Smith made a turkey and Swiss on white bread for her boyfriend, Eric (aka E), he took one chunk and uttered these now-famous phrases. whereas her beau’s statement in the beginning appeared strange, even antiquated, Stephanie accredited the problem and set to work. Little did she be aware of she used to be approximately to cook dinner up the sexiest and such a lot arguable love tale of her generation.
300 Sandwiches is the tale of Stephanie and E’s epic trip of bread and betrothal, with an entire loaf of recipes as well. For Stephanie, a amateur within the kitchen, creating a sandwich—or even 300—for E wasn’t as regards to getting a hoop; it was once her means of claiming “I love you” whereas gaining self assurance as a chef. It was once approximately what percentage breakfast sandwiches they can devour jointly on destiny Sunday mornings, what percentage s’mores may stick with family members skiing journeys, what percentage foolish fights may result in make-up sandwiches. all of sudden, she observed a life of happiness among these slices of bread.
now not every body agreed. The media dubbed E “the Internet’s Worst Boyfriend”; bloggers attacked the loving couple for surroundings again the reason for women’s rights; critiques approximately their romance echoed from as distant as Japan. quickly, Stephanie discovered her cooking and her dating below the cruel glare of the spotlight.
From culinary twists on peanut butter and jelly to “Not Your Mother’s Roast pork” highly spiced French Dip to bird and Waffle BLTs, Stephanie stocks the creations—including wraps, burritos, paninis, and burgers—that eventually sated E’s palate and gained his center. half recipe ebook, half girl-meets-boy memoir, 300 Sandwiches teaches us that real love continuously wins out—one scrumptious chunk at a time.
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