In July, I had a roast beef sandwich at the Chatterbox Cafe in Wofford Heights, CA.  That sandwich was one of the best sandwiches I have ever eaten: a thick layer of slow roasted beef between two pieces of fresh baked wheat bread with crisp lettuce, onion, and tomato.  I enjoyed that sandwich so much that I was disappointed when the last bite was consumed even though I was incredibly full.  Ever since that day I wanted another roast beef sandwich. 

A few days ago I made a roast beef for dinner.  The dinner was fantastic, but the real reason I made the roast was for sandwiches.  Use a sharp nice to slice the beef as thin as possible with cutting yourself.  I did not bake my own bread even though I do have a breadmaker.  The sandwich was awesome.


  • 3-4 Slices of roast beef
  • 2 pieces of wheat or onion dill rye bread (wheat bread pictured)
  • Mayonnaise
  • Tomato –2 slices
  • Lettuce
  • Onion – sliced

Spread mayonnaise on one side of each slice of bread.  Pile roast beef, tomato, lettuce, and onion onto one piece of bread.  Place the other piece of bread on top (mayonnaise side down).  Enjoy.