Chloe’s Farmhouse Tomato Sandwich

by BnB Finder | September 16th, 2016 | Best BnB Bites, Recipes, Sandwiches

chloes_farmhouse_tomato_sandwichAs we mentioned previously, lunches that aren’t cumbersome to carry are the ideal companion for both back to school and the office. So what better recipe to serve up than a delectable sandwich that’s simple to make and easy to savor? Innkeeper and chef Chloe Tuttle of Big Mill Bed & Breakfast in Williamston, NC has us covered with Chloe’s Farmhouse Tomato Sandwich. Not only are her delicious dishes a huge part of the Big Mill experience as coveted culinary creations by her guests, but the inn also offers comfortable accommodations with private entrances and individual climate control, spa services, as well as catered dinners. This beautiful countryside retreat, residing on 200 acres of land and forest, overlooks lakes and landscaped grounds making it the ideal escape for romance or a quiet getaway.

Chloe’s Farmhouse Tomato Sandwich

Serves 1
A simple sandwich, best made when tomatoes are in season


  1. 1 medium-size ripe, preferably homegrown, tomato
  2. 2 slices bread*
  3. 2 Tb. Duke’s Mayonnaise
  4. Salt and pepper
  1. Wash and cut the tomato into thick slices.
  2. Spread the mayonnaise onto both slices of the bread, one side only. (Make sure to spread the mayonnaise to the edge of each slice of bread.)
  3. Place the tomato slices on one piece of bread.
  4. Add salt and pepper.
  5. Cover with the second slice of bread, mayonnaise side down, of course.
  6. Cut the sandwich into two pieces and enjoy the best tomato sandwich ever.
  1. How to cut the sandwich is debatable- corner to corner or straight across the middle? We all have an opinion.
  2. If packing this sandwich, it is advisable to pack the tomato separately and build the sandwich right before eating.
  3. *Even the bread of my youth like Wonder Bread works great. I really do like Pepperidge Farm Oat Bread now.
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