The mustache has made a comeback, and it ain’t just hipsters sporting ’em! There’s a whole sandwich crowd getting in on the trend. Take Mr. Stachewich here.
He’s got a hairy upper lip that’d make Magnum PI or Salvador Dalí jealous!
- 1 long slice Italian bread cut from a large, round Calabrese-style loaf
- 2 slices bologna
- 6 chickpeas
- 1 small pimento olive
- 2 cherry tomatoes
- 2 sprigs dill
- 2 slices Genoa salami
- 1 large pimento olive
- 1 pretzel stick
- bread knife
Cut the slice of bread in half and place one half on plate.
Place two slices of bologna on top of bread.
Lift the top slice of bologna slightly, and line up the six chickpea teeth in between the two slices.
Place the small pimento olive nose on the top slice of bologna.
Place the two cherry tomato eyes slightly behind either side of the nose.
Place one sprig of dill under either side of the nose.
Place the second half of bread on top of the eyes so that it slopes downward toward the back end of the sandwich.
Place one slice of Genoa salami on top of the sandwich.
Roll the other slice of salami into a cylinder with your hands.
Thread a toothpick through the overlapping salami ends as shown on next page.
Affix the cylinder standing up so that the toothpick is poking into the first slice of salami and top slice of bread.
Empty the large olive of its pimento and poke it in the side with the pretzel.
Place pretzel into the side of the sandwich’s mouth to form the pipe.