Cooper Cheese Lebanon Bologna Sandwich

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Around the late 1700s, Pennsylvania Dutch began producing what we now know as Lebanon bologna. It was a pre-refrigeration way to preserve their beef, drawing from old-world techniques for curing and smoking meats. Today it’s not just a regional favorite—for anyone from the Lebanon area, it’s the tangy, sweet or savory taste of home. That’s probably why it goes so wonderfully with Cooper Cheese, which has itself been a tradition in these parts since 1893. Together they make this Cooper Cheese Lebanon Bologna Sandwich, a powerhouse of nostalgic goodness.

INGREDIENTS

2 slices of marbled rye bread
green leaf lettuce
2 slices tomato
red onion slivers
5 slices Lebanon bologna
3 slices Cooper Sharp White, Yellow or Black Pepper cheese
brown mustard
mayonnaise
horseradish

DIRECTIONS

Prepare the sauce for your sandwich by combining brown mustard, mayo and some horseradish to taste.

On a flat surface, lay out 1 slice of bread. Add a layer of green leaf lettuce, then tomato and red onion. Fold each slice of Lebanon bologna and lay onto the sandwich. Add 3 slices of Cooper Cheese. Spread mustard sauce onto 1 side of the remaining bread slice, cap the sandwich and enjoy!