300 Sandwiches: A Multilayered Love Story . . . with Recipes

300 Sandwiches: A Multilayered Love Story . . . with Recipes

Stephanie Smith / Apr 06, 2020
Sandwiches A Multilayered Love Story with Recipes Honey you are sandwiches away from an engagement ring When New York Post writer Stephanie Smith made a turkey and Swiss on white bread for her boyfriend Eric aka E he took one bite and uttered
  • Title: 300 Sandwiches: A Multilayered Love Story . . . with Recipes
  • Author: Stephanie Smith
  • ISBN: 9780553391602
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Honey, you are 300 sandwiches away from an engagement ring When New York Post writer Stephanie Smith made a turkey and Swiss on white bread for her boyfriend, Eric aka E , he took one bite and uttered those now famous words While her beau s declaration initially seemed unusual, even antiquated, Stephanie accepted the challenge and got to work Little did she know Honey, you are 300 sandwiches away from an engagement ring When New York Post writer Stephanie Smith made a turkey and Swiss on white bread for her boyfriend, Eric aka E , he took one bite and uttered those now famous words While her beau s declaration initially seemed unusual, even antiquated, Stephanie accepted the challenge and got to work Little did she know she was about to cook up the sexiest and most controversial love story of her generation 300 Sandwiches is the story of Stephanie and E s epic journey of bread and betrothal, with a whole loaf of recipes to boot For Stephanie, a novice in the kitchen, making a sandwich or even 300 for E wasn t just about getting a ring it was her way of saying I love you while gaining confidence as a chef It was about how many breakfast sandwiches they could eat together on future Sunday mornings, how many s s might follow family snowboarding trips, how many silly fights would end in makeup sandwiches Suddenly, she saw a lifetime of happiness between those two slices of bread Not everyone agreed The media dubbed E the Internet s Worst Boyfriend bloggers attacked the loving couple for setting back the cause of women s rights opinions about their romance echoed from as far away as Japan Soon, Stephanie found her cooking and her relationship under the harsh glare of the spotlight From culinary twists on peanut butter and jelly to Not Your Mother s Roast Beef spicy French Dip to Chicken and Waffle BLTs, Stephanie shares the creations including wraps, burritos, paninis, and burgers that ultimately sated E s palate and won his heart Part recipe book, part girl meets boy memoir, 300 Sandwiches teaches us that true love always wins out one delicious bite at a time.
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    1. A very fun book to read I read it all in one day and would be interested in buying a copy of my own so I can replicate some of these recipes This is than boy meets girl, than just woman, make me a sandwich it s about a couple who stick together through good times and bad, despite the haters and trolls on the Internet, despite the death of Stephanie s beloved father, and despite sandwiches that just didn t turn out the way they were supposed to I identified with Stephanie It s hard to be patien [...]

    2. Sadly met my expectations There was a bit of a kerfuffle when we heard about this woman making 300 sandwiches for her then boyfriend She made him a sandwich and he told supposedly as a joke that she was about 299 sandwiches away from getting an engagement ring So together they decided she would make sandwiches for him and she d get the ring at the end of it Cue the outrage, discussions of feminism, of women making food for men, of women being in the kitchen, this was all for publicity, she wants [...]

    3. This is the story the WHOLE story about the internet sensation from a couple of years ago The woman who was making 300 sandwiches for her boyfriend that would, eventually, culminate in an engagement ring I remember conversations online, some of which were supportive and many of which were not I was curious what the real story was, and so I wanted to read this book.There are a few things I took away from this, other than several interesting recipes for sandwiches First was a reminder to be very c [...]

    4. It is hard to be objective about this book At one point reading it I kept thinking is she really this desperate to be married At times he came off like a selfish jerk But this is only her telling of their story and what she has chosen to share so who I am to judge The rationale for making the 300 sandwiches in order to get an engagement ring made sense to me as the author became proficient in the kitchen as the process went on The number seemed exceptionally large however While reading the reci [...]

    5. I understood why Stephanie took E up on his comment that she was 300 sandwiches from a proposal I enjoyed her journey from hesitant sandwich assembler to confident sandwich generator I appreciated the chapters about her fathers declining health and the whole pole dancing experiance I may have rated it higher if I hadn t read it while trying to lose weight not eat sandwiches Still I marked pages for sandwiches with brie, pears and pesto.um.

    6. I went into this book only knowing what I had read on the jacket and honestly, it was a really sweet read That said, I kinda wish she d spent a little less page real estate on the sandwiches and actually talking about her relationship with E This is not to say I m gonna try and make some of those sandwiches But it would have been easier to read if all the recipes were in the back instead of inside the chapters But it was a very sweet memoir.

    7. In a wordorable Favorite sandwich 89 Peanut Butter, Apricot, and Chocolate Hot Press.I will be making this one for sureoh, and the candied bacon in 230d 210d I forgot the Beet Pesto on page 128mmhhhhhan worthy This book is mouth watering and the story is very touching.

    8. A unique and fun way to show your partner that it s the simple things that count And learn how to cook at the same time I am enjoying reading it and have already tried my hand at one of the sandwiches Food, no better way to enjoy others company

    9. Cute idea, decent story I thought the author was a bit annoying Really, how much pressure are you going to put on a guy to propose Get a grip Anyways, I love a good sandwich Liked to see how she got confident in the kitchen.

    10. This book was absolutely adorable I loved reading about Stephanie s quest to make 300 sandwiches for her boyfriend And I plan on making quite a few of the recipes included in the book.

    11. The thing I liked most about this book, is the general philosophy that Stephanie sums up at the end of the book, regarding making a sandwich for someone you care about That it s the small things, the tiny gestures we make, with the simple intention of making someone you love happy and bringing about a smile, that are most important Yes, the writing was a little cliched, and she lost me with some of the bridezilla stuff But she brought me back round with the incredibly touching story of her relat [...]

    12. 300 Sandwiches A Multilayered Love StoryWith Recipes a True Love Story Stephanie s parents started their romance over sandwiches which fed their love for many years Stephanie Eric were in love, but Eric was the main cook because Steph didn t know how to cook So Eric told her that she was 300 sandwiches away from getting engaged Now I know that may sound demanding and or domineering but I think it was done in fun and faith The journey to make 300 different sandwiches had Steph and Eric trying lot [...]

    13. How the authors life revolves around her someday future husband Eric aka E their lives her culinary taste love for different sandwiches I did not receive any type of compensation for reading reviewing this book While I receive free books from publishers authors, I am under no obligation to write a positive review Only an honest one A very awesome book cover, great font writing style A very well written romantic cook book It was very easy for me to read follow from start finish never a dull momen [...]

    14. I thought the title of the book was cute which was why I wanted to read it I was unfamiliar with the author s story even though she said it was all over the news a few years ago.What I liked The relationship between Stephanie and E They really cared about each other and it showed.The author had a great relationship with her Mom and Dad and made it clear that she wanted a relationship like theirs when she got married.Stephanie really wanted to become a better cook and really admired Eric s culina [...]

    15. Wow a 1 star Food memoirs are my FAVORITE genre, but this one really bothered me The author s boyfriend says he ll marry her if she makes him 300 sandwiches, and off she goes I can understand why she was criticized for being anti feminist Her whole tone of the book is very submissive, and her boyfriend comes across as being whiny and demanding He has a whole list of foods he won t eat, and she can t eat them when he s around when he s gone, she makes Forbidden sandwiches with all the yummy foods [...]

    16. The author decides to make her boyfriend 300 sandwiches after he offhandedly comments, after sandwich number 1, 300 of those and you ve got yourself an engagement ring or something to that effect The comment is the genesis of a blog and this book and along the way, an article in the NY Post, where the author works, as well as a Today Show appearance.There was much criticism of the author and her boyfriend from feminists and civil rights activists she is black he is white but this was really jus [...]

    17. Enh I grabbed this book because I love foodie memoirs and wanted to read about sandwiches While it DID make me hungry for sandwiches, it didn t do much else for me I just I don t get it I don t get the joke bet deal she and her boyfriend made about him proposing after 300 sandwiches, I don t get her attitude and all the drama surrounding the when to get engaged, and I m not sure how this is much than a publicity stunt I was touched though by the story of her father at the end of his fight with [...]

    18. I literally just happened upon this one miss scanned a book and gave me this one instead , and was intrigued by the premise Got a copy in my hands, and devoured it It s whimsical, but not It s fun and cute and quirky, but also It s true to life, ya know With funny anecdotal accounts and the real, messy, raw emotion that living requires There s recipes and cooking misadventures and love and angst without being all drama queen y, I don t like that flavor of angst , and yeah It was a good read.

    19. this is another gimmick book with a really yucky gimmick Her BF will propose if she makes him 30o sandwiches Yes, she works at justifying that this is a joke y thing between them and he is very good to her and she is a feminist, yada yada Not quite buying it And the recipes and there are not 300 in the book are less than inspiring Would she have gotten this published if she were not a NY Post page 6 reporter I doubt it.

    20. A warm and wonderful account of two lovers and their journey of discovery through food The simple, caring act of thoughtfully preparing a meal for the one you love is a gift beyond measure Stephanie and E carve out time from their super busy and now very public lives to consider, plan, shop and prepare beautiful food, presented with deep affection for each other Their story is as sweet and savory as are the recipes.

    21. Fun blogger to read honest with her short comings and the ability to make fun of herself while trying to produce 300 sandwiches for her boyfriend on the premise that he would propose afterwards But what really came of it wasn t about the sandwiches, it was about what it takes to make a marriage work Compromise and communication The added bonus is some new twists on sandwiches that will be great to try

    22. This is either a cookbook with a story or a story with recipes I haven t quite figured it out yet, but to save time, neither were very impressive The two main characters in the story part are both unlikable in my opinion Kind of self absorbed and whiny The recipes are OK but really, it s not that hard to create a sandwich As a foodie, it is interesting but Julie and Julia did it better.

    23. Stephanie Smith is a good writer with a fun story to tell In spite of documenting the story on her 300 Sandwiches blog, this writing is fresh with enough conflict to keep you on the edge of your seat Plus, good recipes.

    24. So when this came out, I recognized E s statement as a joke After reading this book, this seems like a story about a girl and her father than a true love story The food drew me in but the love story not so much Sorry

    25. Ha, interesting Love how challenges can really build a relationship I can only imagine her cooking skills advanced hugely during the process, suppose E is lucky in that respect yet I find it rewarding for both Recipes are definitely unique, an adventure in itself making them.

    26. I d give it a 2.5 So interesting to me that a book came from a blog This was her first book and I thought it showed There wasn t a lot of plot, but as a blog I can see how this is a great story Needed to fill in the book though I would read her next book.

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