Summer Sandwiches

I love visiting my parent's home during the summer and fall. Its funny, when I first visited their newly built house, I had a hard time calling it "home". Being born and raised in the same home, for 19 years in Chicago, it was tough seeing it sold & demolished. Moving to Kentucky was a HUGE adjustment for all of us. It seemed almost foreign seeing them in a new house.


Probably about a year ago, it finally felt like a home. Even though I have never "lived" there per say, it finally felt like it really was my parent's place. Its hard to explain. Even returning from my last trip from Chicago, I think that was the first time I felt as serene as I ever have coming back to Louisville. It feels good to call Kentucky home<3



The pictures of my parent's garden doesn't do it justice. It feels so serene and peaceful there<3 I can't wait until the day I can have my own garden lol. 

My parents always send us home with goodies, so I grabbed bag fulls Baby Beet greens & tons of other herbs and veggies.



With all of the veggies, and some deli meats I had, I decided to make us a sandwich for lunch. I stopped at Lucky's Market, and grabbed some their fresh Ciabatta bread.


Their bread was delicious!  I cut a few slices for sandwiches, and froze the rest of it. (Fyi, it worked out great! I just defrosted it in the microwave a few weeks later, and made garlic bread for our spaghetti night.)

This was so easy and simple to do. I used Arugula, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Avocado, Ham, Turkey, Cheddar Cheese, and Ciabatta Bread<3 This was probably one of my most favorite sammies I have ever made. So incredibly simple. Their Ciabatta bread somewhat reminded me of Panera's, I'll definitely be buying more of it soon.

What are your favorite sandwiches? Have you been to Lucky's Market? I'll probably do a post on stuff I've purchased there :-)

Lucky's Market
200 N Hurstbourne Pkwy
Louisville, Ky. 40222


1 comment:

  1. My mouth is watering! I also can't get over how awesome their garden is!