Honey Ham and Hummus

Today’s lunch was a sandwich. A sandwich consisting of two slices of bread (free bread from OneWester Ryan, who had to get rid of groceries after Welland since he was flying back to Vancouver and so was going to give them to Paige as she was staying a while longer in Toronto, but she left too quickly so he gave them to me), a smear of the two-for-one sesame & ginger Fontaine Santé hummus I described yesterday (on only one piece of bread, because I was too lazy to put it on both), and two slices of honey ham (honey ham was on sale at Sobey’s for $1.89/100g).

That was a run-on sentence, but I don’t care. See below for said sandwich.


I also had two fried rice soy sauce crackers from Japan (courtesy of Chris), and two hummus half-sandwiches. A half-sandwich is a piece of bread folded in half (as opposed to two pieces of bread). I’ve found that a single sandwich leaves me hungry, so I need to find extra snacks and hummus half-sandwiches are pretty satisfying.

Pretty good lunch! The fried soy sauce rice crackers are the most delicious thing on this planet. They come from Muji and the saddest thing in my life right now is that the downtown Toronto Muji doesn’t sell food yet. I hope they start stocking snacks soon!

Recipe for Honey Ham and Hummus Sandwich:

  • Prep time: 2 minutes
  • Cook time: 0 minutes
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Servings: 1


  • 2 Slices of bread
  • 2 tbsp Hummus
  • 2 Slices honey ham


Spread the hummus evenly on one piece of bread. Don’t put any on the second piece of bread because you’re lazy. Place slices of ham on top of the hummus. Cover with the second piece of bread.


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