When I made Chilebrown's hamburger buns, they were baked by eleven in the morning, cooling on a rack on the counter. They looked perfect and smelled even better. I had made them for our hamburger dinner but they were sending out olfactory invitations that I simply couldn't resist.
Luckily, the recipe made eight buns, plenty for dinner, the freezer, and a summer sandwich, too.
Is there anything better in the world than a ripe tomato sandwich? If there is, you'd have to convince me. And, if you can make it with a freshly-baked soft roll - well, now you're approaching nirvana.
Go ahead. Make the rolls and slice the tomatoes thickly. Slather on a little mayo and don't forget the salt and pepper. It's even better if you have a lemon to squeeze over the tomatoes, but even without that embellishment, it's going to be one of the best sandwiches you will ever eat. At least, until next summer.
Nothing spooky, here. Happy Hallowe'en!