Here's the back story on this sandwich: http://terrygruggen.blogspot.com/2011/06/rip-sgt-prestons.html . In order to make this sandwich, you are going to have to make Roasted Garlic Meatloaf. Here's how to do that: http://terrygruggen.blogspot.com/2011/10/roasted-garlic-meatloaf.html . After you cook it, let it chill in the refrigerator overnight.
When they were serving these sandwiches at Sgt. Preston's of the North back in the 70's, you'd go through a small buffet line set up in the corner of the bar where you'd get to select your bread, meat and garnishes. So what I am spelling out here is exactly as I would order it on Saturday mornings.
2 thick slices of fresh made 9-grain bread
1-2 thick slices of chilled, roasted garlic meatloaf
1/4 onion or more, very thinly sliced
2 tablespoons Gulden's Spicy Brown Mustard
- Lay one slice of 9-grain bread on counter. Top bread with thick slice(s) of roasted garlic meatloaf.
- Top meatloaf with thinly sliced raw onions.
- Add Gulden's mustard on top of onions and spread.
- Top with second slice of 9-grain bread. Slice sandwich in half and serve with Salt and Vinegar Kettle Chips.
Pairing: Spicy Bloody Mary with a beer chaser