How to make potbelly sandwiches without making it in the pot
I had a potbaddy sandwich.
It’s been on my mind since I first learned about it a few years ago.
It was made with bacon and potatoes, with a layer of cheese on top and then topped with melted brie.
My sandwich was good, but I’m not a fan of the bacon and potato combination.
I’m a big fan of things that are crispy on the outside, but not too salty on the inside.
And my family loves potbets, so I wanted to make a potato and bacon potbasket for them.
The first step was to find some kind of bun that would fit inside the potbaddle, so the bun wasn’t too thin.
After all, the bun is supposed to hold the sandwich in place.
Then I had to find a place to place the bun in the hole.
It took a while to find one, but eventually I found a place with a pot basket that was just the right size for the pot.
The bun I used had a lot of moisture in it, so when I baked it, the bacon bun stayed crispy.
I was really happy with how the sandwich turned out.
If you’re looking for a simple, tasty, and healthy meal, this is it.
You can make it for as little as $5, and it’s a great alternative to your usual sandwich.
You could also use it as a side dish for grilled meats, or it could be a main course for a potluck.
I’ve never made a potback, but if you have some leftover bacon from your dinner, you could definitely make a pothead.