Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Pete Lake and Sammich!

Wordless Wednesday

Pete Lake

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Bring on the Food!

 We are pawticipating in The Canadian Cats and The Weims to make a SAMMICH!


We are making his work lunch to take to Pete Lake.

And we are making Alex's favorite Sammich! Alex has allergies, some of which are gluten (so no bread) and  Tomatoes! 

The Pete Lake Sammich

 

 

The ingredients are:

Gluten Free Wrap (this one is made from Rice Flour)

Deli Pastrami

Lettuce (sliced thin)

Havarti Cheese (your favorite cheese shredded)

Cream Cheese

 

 

 

 

 

Step 1: Spread a thin layer of cream cheese on the wrap

Step 2: Add the shredded Lettuce 

Step 3: Add the Pastrami, you can squirt some Mayo or Mustard on the Pastrami, we used garlic Mayo.

Step 4: Add shredded Havarti or your favorite cheese.

Step 5: Carefully fold in the edges (rice wraps are fragile).

Step 6: Roll the wrap, note the cream cheese helps "glue" the wrap together.

Step 7: Slice! You can then EAT your creation or wrap it for later.

Now you can go to Easy's and see Phenny and Nellie's Creation

Or Shoko and Tybee's to see theirs!

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37 comments:

  1. oooh that looks super great... and we love the name and the place you found... we will remember that wonderful lake when we try your recipe ;O)

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  2. My Mom says that wrap looks yummy.......and so does that lake !!!

    Hugs, Teddy

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  3. What a beautiful lake for a picnic lunch with that yummy sandwich! Mom never makes wraps. She needs to get with the program!

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  4. Hari OM
    Hmm, that wouldn't do this vegetarian chick, but I totally understand how others would love it! That lake, though, is very much to my taste. Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  5. Pete Lake looks beautiful, we would like to go there and maybe take a sandwich roll along for a picnic!

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  6. The sandwich sounds very tasty. I would omit the lettuce though as there are two things I really do not like, lettuce and celery! Even hearing someone crunching on celery makes me cringe.
    Pete Lake looks beautiful.

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  7. I'm ready! How about packing an extra and let's GO!

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  8. I can't believe my luck. I am a bread addict. I am gaining weight from eating bread. TODAY I am stopping the bread and I printed Xena recipe and this one and they will help me do this because I love sammich over any other food. I once lost 10 lbs in 10 days eating PB sandwich. Use 12 grain bread or any grain bread, smear peanut butter on and make two sandwiches each morning. slice in half. eat 1/2 sandwich for breakfast, 1/2 for break 1/2 for break and 1/2 for dinner. bob and i did it together and it worked

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  9. That looks super yummy!!!

    The Florida Furkids

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  10. The Hubby uses wraps for many types of sandwiches too!
    You haven't lived until you've had a beet and sauerkraut roll-up!

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  11. Yummy wrap. I ate the whole thing. I hope you don't mind. I did wait to get to the lake before I ate it though.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Scritches all around, a smooch to Marv and a big hug to you. ♥

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  12. That looks like a yummy wrap. Do you get a taste of that pastrami? We always have to inspect our pawrents sandwich ingredients.

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  13. What a beautiful place! Looks like you're getting some nice blue skies too.

    Tha Sammich looks yummy!

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  14. That looks delish, except #1 would probably go for the full wheat experience!

    Woofs and Purrs,
    Ollie, Tama and benny

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  15. Beautiful place, and the sky is a lovely blue! Yummy looking sandwich too!

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  16. Purrfect lake and sammich!

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  17. I want that sammich sitting on the shores of that lake - what a lovely day that would be!

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  18. I am rather partial to Havarti. Looks a great thing to eat. Nice weather here too.

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  19. We would love to visit the lake named after Dad, Pete. We like Wraps as they are nice to wrap in tin foil for transport. Dad says you can just pop them in your coat pocket MOL

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  20. OMCsOMDs we have all kinds of new sammiches for this summer. This looks most yummy
    And Pete Lake awwwww how nice it would be to eat my sammich there
    Hugs Cecilia

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  21. What a peaceful looking lake, Marv. That form of sammich looks absolutely PERFECT. Mom has never tried a wrap but she's going shopping today and will pick up a wrap. Yes, she will pay for it too. Thanks for stirring a fire underneath mom to try something different,

    Tyebe

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  22. What a great way to make a yummy meal that stays true to the dietary needs. Seems like there is no deprivation despite the allergies.
    My detox diet is far more restrictive, LOL!

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    1. Alex's diet has gotten quite restricted. Now we have to cut out all members of the nightshade family! Tomatoes, Tomatillos, eggplant, all peppers, which means I have to read ALL labels! Apparently when it says "spice" in the ingredients, it is often one pepper or another.I was reading the yellow mustard label on the mustard we have in the fridge and it has tomato paste and spice.

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    2. Yup, I spend way more time than anyone else I know reading labels on everything. Even known products cause sometimes they change...sigh...nightshades are in the category of no-no for me too, though I am not allergic, I just find they aggravate my joints a lot. So I do limit them. Salsa! Shucks...its full of them...sigh...
      What I am very allergic to is psyllium. aka Metamucil. just bought a keto recipe book for baking...and its full of recipes that use that, likelu as a binder. Phooey. And then I found a new product in the store, some kind of 'healthy chip', vegan/keto/paleo/whole 30 certified...and yup it had the dreaded ingredient too.
      I can't have tonic water (Quinine) or yellow dyes either, I will get hives all over. Been in the ER a couple times for that junk...
      Ah well, one learns to live with detours...and adaptation.

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  23. What a beautiful image! thank you for sharing!
    I bet the recipe is perfect!
    Happy WW!

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  24. dood....thiz samich soundz N lookz my tee tastee :) thanx for sharin :) ☺☺♥♥

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  25. I'm with Timmy's dad, Pete on the fun and convenience of a wrap for lunch or anytime.
    I needed a break to Pete's lake today, thanks. Lynn and Precious

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  26. Beautiful lake. Thank you for the recipe, it looks good. XO

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  27. Pastrami!!! Yummy!!! That makes a great wrap of a sammich. Mom will have to try that one. Lots of good ideas out there today.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  28. That lake is the perfect picnic spot, isn't it. What a great idea for a sandwich!

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  29. Pete Lake sure is beautiful! You should go eat your yummy sammich there! :)

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  30. I also really liked Pete Lake and Pete Lake sandwich! Thanks for the explicit recipe!

    Have a fine day!

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  31. Wonderful scenery! Looking at, I forgot to eat. 😊

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  32. Lulu: "Our Dada says that looks like a nice place to get out the canoe! Whatever a canoe is!"

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  33. That Sammich looks and sounds fabulous! We might have to put those items on Dad’s grocery list. That lake looks very inviting, according to Mom. XOCK, angel Lily Olivia, angel Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, angel Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth, Calista Jo, Cooper Murphy, Sawyer & Kizmet

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This is soooooo exciting! We can"t wait to sees what you writessay to us!