MISSION, KS--(Marketwire - Aug 23, 2012) - (Family Features) Brown bagging with a tasty sandwich is a great way to save money and enjoy a healthier lunch. But sometimes you can fall into a rut and get bored eating the same thing every day. Here are some easy ways to make brown bagging better:

  • Try different sandwich bread -- Add some extra flavor to your favorite sandwich with a zesty rye, a dark pumpernickel or an Asiago ciabatta.
  • Switch spreads -- Mayo and yellow mustard are good, but how about Italian-style deli dressing, honey mustard or even Russian dressing?
  • Stack your sandwich high with fresh ingredients -- Avocado, hummus and cucumbers are all unexpected options that give an extra kick to any sandwich.

This delicious turkey sandwich starts with premium Boar's Head Ovengold® Turkey Breast, which is roasted to perfection and certified heart-healthy. And like all Boar's Head Brand premium deli meats and cheeses, it is gluten-free and contains no fillers or artificial colors or flavors.

For more delicious ways to make your lunch better, visit www.boarshead.com.

California Turkey Sandwich 
3 slices Boar's Head Ovengold® Turkey Breast
1 slice Boar's Head Muenster Cheese
1/4 medium avocado, peeled, pitted, thinly sliced
2 lettuce leaves
3/4 tablespoon Boar's Head Pepperhouse Gourmaise®
1 whole wheat sandwich roll, thin, round

Separate the sandwich roll in 2 halves. Layer the bottom half of bread with lettuce, tomato, turkey, avocado and cheese. Spread the Pepperhouse Gourmaise over top half of bread; then flip atop the sandwich. Press together lightly and serve. 

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