| When I was younger, I worked in a high end deli in West Seattle. We made all manner of sandwiches, on a wide variety of breads. Hot, cold, custom style, etc. It didn't matter.|
There was one sandwich concept which I LOVED, and always thought was so cool, but never really made in my real life until recently! Recently, I made a sort of Super Low Carb Focaccia. It's a big sheet of slightly spicy and herby bread, loaded with garlic and topped with salt. It's just FANTASTIC and SOOO easy to make! With this perfect homemade sheet of goodness, I was able to start making this sandwich, again!
This is where the idea becomes less a specific recipe (even though it is one) and more a general concept for a larger sandwich idea.
The idea is, take the large sheet of focaccia, and split it evenly through the center, creating thin sheets representing the top and bottom. Imagine a GIGANTIC sandwich! Once you've got the two halves, you can spread your condiments into it, layer in your fillings, put the top on and ... then CUT OUT the sandwiches, in any size and shape you'd like! Imagine you're making sandwiches for the whole family. By doing this, you can cut out a big sandwich for Papa Bear, a medium sandwich for Mama Bear, and 3 little sandwiches for the cubs. This will likely leave a small sandwich or two for a midnight snack!
At the deli, we would cut different sizes and just sell them by the pound. Oh, I loved that idea!