The Sandwich Kick Continues – Alfalfa and Peppers and Cucumbers, Oh My! Fresh Kaisers from Raymerville Bakery


I wasn’t lying when I said I was on a sandwich rampage.  All I could think of when I woke up yesterday morning was sinking my teeth into some fresh crunchy bread and turkey and veggies.  For your viewing pleasure today: the lovely sandwich I made for lunch yesterday!  Mum and I went on a grocery and bakery run yesterday morning and we picked up the fresh kaiser buns from Raymerville Deli and Bakery ($0.45 each, or $4.50 for a dozen) that my brother and I love so dearly.  Oh gosh, these kaiser buns are just divine.  They are the size of your face and they are crunchy and soft at the same time.  You know they’re delicious when you can envision yourself eating one without anything on it.  And that’s saying a lot about bread considering most people would wrinkle their nose if they had to eat bread all by its lonesome! 

A few packs of fresh deli meat and a few tons of fruits and vegetables later and we were good to go.  I made myself a kaiser sandwich with some oven roasted turkey, mozzerella cheese, a little mayo and honey mustard (what you see peeking out underneath the top bun), baby spinach, alfalfa sprouts, cucumbers, and green bell peppers.  This thing was so big my jaw cracked every time I tried to fit it in my mouth (it’s not as painful as it sounds.  Actually, it’s not painful at all.  I have a weird cracky jaw).  I “mmm”ed my way through lunch and even though everyone else had devoured their sammies and made fun of me for only getting through a third of mine by that time , I’d like to think that I’m the winner because I get to savour my sandwich the longest 😀


Raymerville Deli & Bakery is located within the strip plaza right at the intersection of McCowan Rd. and Ramerville Drive south, on the east side of McCowan (Carlton Rd. is on the west side of McCowan).  It’s about a 10 minute walk (or a 2 or 3 minute drive) from Markville Mall.  They are closed on Mondays.

3 thoughts on “The Sandwich Kick Continues – Alfalfa and Peppers and Cucumbers, Oh My! Fresh Kaisers from Raymerville Bakery

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  2. This is definitely my kind of sandwich!! I sprout my own alfalfa sprouts about once a month. I love the delicious crunch they add to a sandwich!

    • You do?? That is so awesome! I’d be eating all your alfalfa every month then, haha. I looove it in sandwiches, wraps, burritos, with beans, and well, just about everything! I never used to eat them when I was little, but I adore them now.

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