Worst. Sandwich. Ever.

I often have people ask me to identify the best dish I ever made.  Never have I had anyone ask me the worst.  Too bad, because it’s a much easier question to answer.  By far the worst thing I ever made was a peanut butter, bacon, and toasted garlic sandwich.  It was terrible.

I know what you’re thinking—it sounds terrible, I should have been able to know it would be bad without going through the agony of eating it.  But, I lured myself into thinking it might be good: I like peanut butter and bacon sandwiches; I like bacon and toasted garlic together; why not unite all three?

As it turns out, sometimes the whole is less than the sum of the parts.

So, what’s the worst meal/ dish you ever created?

8 Responses to “Worst. Sandwich. Ever.”

  1. Kelley Says:

    There was a restaurant in the Strip District years ago (can’t remember the name) and I got a salad with fennel and squid (what was I thinking?) and it was the slimiest, strangest tasting salad ever. Haven’t had anything in my mouth worse than that sine.

  2. justin Says:

    i once thought i could make a pseudo smore with white bread, chocolate syrup and mini marshmallows. fail.

  3. Adam Fields Says:

    Mine might be the carrot flan.

  4. johanna Says:

    I don’t know if this is the worst thing I’ve ever made, but it’s the most recent. I attempted to make my own pad thai, only it came out tasting like peanut sauce on spaghetti. There was nothing delicious about it.

  5. Martha Says:

    Very bad Borscht

  6. Mrs. L Says:

    Bean soup. Even my husband who pretty much will eat anything wouldn’t eat more than one bite.

  7. The Unexpected Housewife Says:

    I had a horrible turkey burger experience. I have since then had many successes.
    http://theunexpectedhousewife.blogspot.com/2008/10/keep-it-simple.html

  8. Ace of Clubs Says:

    I made a barely and vegetable stew in the crockpot. Awful. Then, somehow, I thought adding lima beans would help.

    It was probably the least child-friendly (or human-palate-friendly) dish I’ve ever served my family.

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