Vermont Farm Sandwich

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Ingredients

2 slices whole wheat bread
brown mustard
horseradish
sliced roast beef or other meat
raw yellow onion, sliced
cheddar cheese

Instructions

Spread one piece of bread lavishly with mustard, and the other with a good half-inch layer of horseradish. Add the meat, a couple slices of onion, and a good, thick piece of cheddar cheese. Put it all together, and serve with apple cider (hot or cold) or hot ginger tea. According to one Vermont farmer we know, a daily lunch of this is the best cold preventative there is!

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Makes 1 serving.

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Horseradish is good on roast

Horseradish is good on roast beef sandwiches but how much would be a personal preference, everybody is different. Just adjust it how you want, same with mustard...I'd like a white cheese instead on mine.

A good half inch of

A good half inch of horseradish? How would it stay on the sandwich and not ooze out when taking a bite? How would you taste anything but horseradish? I would say it would be a cold preventative, and maybe burn your sinuses out completely! I like horseradish but I am not putting a half inch layer of horseradish on any sandwich.

Maybe they mean a half-inch

Maybe they mean a half-inch of a small jar's worth? They can't mean it literally -- that would be insane.

But I'd still try it, LOL.

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