Deli-Style Sandwich Suppers

These sandwiches are a fast dash from prep to table.
Shirley Harrington
Stack Up a Deli-Style Sandwich
Our <a href="" target="_blank">Turkey, Bacon, and Havarti Sandwich</a> is assembled in a hollowed-out round bread loaf and is then cut into wedges to serve.
William Dickey / styling Buffy Hargett / food styling Rebecca Kracke Gordon

Deli Sandwich Recipes:


Serve a sandwich with chips, fries, or veggie sticks and cut-up fruit, and you have a real meal that's ready in no time. At your grocery store's deli counter, ask for meats to be thinly sliced, not shaved. This will bring out the flavor, but it will be easier to separate the slices. Plan to repackage the meat in zip-top plastic bags once you're home, and use it within five days. Sandwich suppers are so easy and so good.

This article is from the April 2005 issue of Southern Living.