High Tea Trio of Sandwhiches
salt and pepper to taste
Place the eggs in a pot and fill pot with room temperature water till 1 inch above the eggs. Bring the eggs to the boil on high heat and once boiling, turn off the heat (if you are using an electric stovetop) and let sit for a minute or two. Then take the pot off the heat and cover with a lid, and let sit for 12 mins. Cool eggs in a bowl of cool water.
Peel the eggs and dice them. Place the eggs in a bowl then add the mayo, salt and pepper. Stir until well combined then spread generously onto the bread.
Magazine referenced: Good Food Magazine Dec 2011 Edition
Traditionally, beef sandwiches are made with roast beef but Pa came back with smoked wagu beef which was infinitely nicer. It looked lovely, paper thin with threads of marbling through it. Initially I thought that we'd need to quickly sear them and lyyh said that he was sure Pa would have bought ready to eat beef. And I said I'm concerned that being wagu, maybe its cut so thin for Shabu-shabu or steamboat, and perhaps we're just uncultured and don't know what to do. So after calling thrice to see if Pa was awake from him nap, we finally just work him up, upon which he told lyyh OF COURSE its ready to eat and lyyh looked at me as if to say SEE...
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