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The Moskowich

One of the most useful tools that Textpattern (the program I use to manage BrokeAss Gourmet) provides is the traffic log. Like most other content management systems, Textpattern’s traffic log shows me what links and searches are leading visitors to BrokeAss Gourmet. For the most part, readers come from Stumbleupon, Facebook, Twitter and Google. Typically the Google searches are for the terms “BrokeAss Gourmet” or a particular recipe or food. But every now and then, I find a Google search for weird/amusing word combinations. Recently, the traffic log has reflected searches for:

Onion+yogurt+sex (hmm…what kind of evening did you have planned?)
Gabi+Moskowitz+bra+size (as if it were listed on the internet somewhere)
Food to put in ass (sorry, you won’t find that here…)
Gabi+salmon+porn (what kind of girl do you take me for!?)

So, this morning when I was checking my traffic log and found that some cute, slightly misinformed person had Googled “Gabby Moskowich,” I giggled, but then it struck me that I should invent a signature sandwich and call it the Moskowich, especially in light that everyone seems to be freaking out over Graham Elliot’s new sandwich joint, Grahamwich. I know the goat cheese doesn’t sound like it goes with the chutney and naan, but trust me, the sweet potatoes pull it all together into a richly flavorful portable lunch.

  • ingredients
  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil Pantry
  • 1 small sweet potato, scrubbed, sliced into thin rounds $0.50
  • salt and pepper to taste Pantry
  • 2 rounds Green Onion Naan and 4 tbsp Fresh Mint Chutney $11 for the whole recipe
  • 2 handfuls fresh mixed greens $1
  • 1 oz. crumbled goat cheese $3 for 4 oz.
Total Cost of Ingredients $15.50

Directions

Heat the olive oil over medium-high heat in a grill pan or cast iron frying pan. Add the sweet potato slices and cook for 4-5 minutes on each side, or until lightly charred and cooked through. Remove from heat and season with salt and pepper to taste.

To assemble the sandwiches, spread 2 tbsp chutney over each naan round. Place a handful of mixed greens on half of the naan and top with half of the sweet sweet potatoes and goat cheese. Fold in half and serve.

Serves 2.

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christine, on Dec 29, 01:22 PM, wrote:

Love the searches. This sandwich sounds really great, too.

Kathy Wolfrum, on Dec 30, 07:12 PM, wrote:

How devine!!!!!

Laurie Atwater, on Jan 3, 02:58 PM, wrote:

Goat cheese goes with everything.