Not much going on here at the Turkey Sandwich Report lately. In fact, absolutely nothing has been going on here for the last couple months because I have gone to the dark side.
Yes, I have been on a GLUTEN FREE diet.
For obvious reasons, a gluten free diet and Turkey Sandwiches don’t exactly jive with each other. Some have recommended maintaining the Turkey Sandwich Report with sandwiches that don’t include bread. Don’t worry, I’m not going to fucking insult my loyal readers with that kind of bullshit. I’m either going all the way with this thing or I’m gonna hang it up altogether.
Another thing that goes with managing the world’s most popular Turkey Sandwich blog is that people constantly recommend sandwiches. The last several weeks have been especially difficult because I have been in Chicago most of the time, which means I’me exposed to a completely new world of Turkey Sandwiches. My friend Amber is also a Turkey Sandwich connoisseur and was talking a big game about this place called “Hannah’s Bretzel” where they put their sandwiches on pretzel bread.
Earlier this week, I had a long day of work and I was weak. I was extremely hungry, knew I had absolutely no food at the apartment and just happened to be on the same street as Hannah Bretzel. Amber’s glowing review of their sandwiches kept ringing in my head.
I’m a weak man. Like a Turkey Sandwich zombie, I walked in and ordered the Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich. Yea, I could have got that sandwich on gluten free bread. But I didn’t. I went whole wheat. Which didn’t make much sense because if I was going to throw everything out the window, I should have got that pretzel bread. I’ll chalk that up to not thinking straight.
The sandwich was glorious. The Turkey was great, the cheese (Brie) was awesome and they gave me the perfect amount of cranberry sauce. Best of all, they don’t fuck the whole thing up with mayo.
And I’ll be honest. This sandwich has led to others – which you’ll be hearing about soon.