I'll keep things brief because truth be told, I'm feeling once again sheepish for posting so infrequently. Stammering and apologies pushed aside for instead, a rather spectacular approximation of my latest sandwich of my dreams...
The PEEP-wich: the mishmoshing of a chocolate croissant with the thin crackle of brulee and a dose of creamy nutbutter for good measure.
1) Plug in your trusty Forman Grill
2) Lavishly butter 2 pieces of sliced whole wheat bread. It is best to go for a loaf that is light and sprightly with visible holes. Bear with this process and I swear you'll end up with something buttery and pastry like. You'll thank me for passing on the dense wholegrain bread.
3) Spread nutbutter of your choice on the unbuttered side of a piece of bread. I used sunbutter to my great satisfaction. While this may be a matter of personal preference, I'm still guessing that a thin skim is Not enough, but an eight of an inch is just about right.
4) Gently apply two peeps about equidistant upon the nutbuttered side. If feeling especially peckish, go for three.
5) Bedazzle the surface with some good chocolate chips. Too few and you'll miss out on the lava flow, too many and the bread slides around in an unkempt manner.
6) Press down with the leftover bread, buttered side up.
7) Place the Peep-wich into the mouth of the grill and resolutely lower the top down.
8) Wait until sizzling and peeps subside... take a quick peek to make sure that the top surface is golden and buttery.
8) Slice in half and pause. Note that this most clever bird pulls an utter Houdini and simply disappears into the bread. You will most likely notice a gossamer thread-o-peep or two when the sandwich is cut. Eat and enjoy- Happy Easter!