A few years ago, back when MySpace was king and Twitter wasn't even a glimmer in some papa bird's eye, I was hooked. (Because it's good to be the king.) However, being self-conscious enough about my picture, I never posted the 'who's your celebrity look-alike?', because apparently, my celebrity look-alikes aren't very attractive people. One of my friends posted a candid picture of me, post-gin, staring into the sun, and I got the 'Look everyone, it's Jimmy Kimmel!' The big killer, though, is that advanced computer programming decided that I looked like Jason Lee. And only Jason Lee. This wasn't even the cool, best-lines-in-the-movie Jason Lee, the 'Chasing Amy', 'Dogma' Jason Lee, this was 'My Name Is Earl', I-just-rolled-out-of-the-sleeper-sofa-and-put-on-dirty-socks Jason Lee.
Anecdote aside, I really want to talk sandwiches with you folks. I had the acme of childhood memory food the other day. In honor of International Bacon Day last Saturday (What? You didn't miss it, did you?), I made bacon spagetti, the only recipe of my grandmother's I have any hope of replicating. This meant that Sunday, lunch was bacon spagetti sandwiches. Heaven.
What? You've never had a spagetti sandwich? Shame on you. If I ever manage to get off my ass and actually open the sandwich restaurant I've been devising in my head for years, this is going on the menu.
Please now, share the strangest sandwich you absolutely must have, that odd little combination of food between two slices that takes you back to your childhood. And be honest, this is for science. Once you've posted, go make yourself a spagetti sandwich, you're missing out.