"HYE" ROLLERS (U.S.)
We just dined today on a nice alternative-sandwich treat that our local foodie shop, Lotsa Pasta, builds and sells, but it's a thing that could easily be replicated at home, and subject to almost infinite variation in contents.
They call them "hye" rollers, an unexplained pun on "high roller" and the fact that these are rollups ... one of these days I've got to ask John if there's a story behind that.
Anyway, the concept is elegantly simple:
Some of the other standard fillings include chopped salami and provolone, prosciutto and cheese, and, umm, a bunch of others. As I said, though, in replicating the model at home, you could use almost anything. Smoked salmon and cream cheese? Rare beef and cheddar and fresh tomato? If it would go on a sandwich, it would probably go in a Hye Roller.