Sprinkle each half with olive oil and freshly ground black pepper. Dribble fresh lemon juice, no more than 1/2 teaspoon on each side. Layer on sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers, sliced olives, and red onions. Push them gently down in the depression. Layer on roast beef, and havarti cheese. Or cooking slow cooker gammon joint and cheddar cheese. Try sliced turkey and Swiss cheese. If you're adventuresome use all the fillings. Put the other half of bread on the top of the fillings and press down. Wrap firmly in plastic wrap, in aluminum foil and then in a zip locked bag. You might have to cut the sandwich in half to fit in the zip locked bag.
With skin left on cooking ham boil pumpkin chunks and mash or blend with cubed cheese and black pepper. Store in the freezer using the same method as the potatoes above.
Other decoration ideas could be to purchase coconuts and pineapples and use those as decorations. A great centerpiece idea for your table is to get a small mirror, or perhaps one you already own, and place in the center of your table. Place some nice greenery and some colorful flowers and maybe a coconut or pineapple in the middle. Very cute and very inexpensive. Plus, you can eat the coconut and pineapple later!
Here's my favorite quick chia sandwich. I grab christmas ham two slices of multi-grain bread and butter them. I sprinkle my tablespoon of chia over the buttered bread, because it sticks really well. Then I arrange red tomato slices, a slice of muenster cheese, baby spinach leaves, and fresh basil. If I have them handy, I throw on some sliced artichokes too.
One serving of Perfect Blend Best One Yet Deluxe Shells And Cheese has 325 calories in it. 120 of those calories are from fat. It has 12 grams of total fat, 3 grams of saturated fat, 2 grams of trans fat, 8 mg's of cholesterol, 748 mg's of sodium, 50 grams of total carbs, 3 grams of fiber, 4 grams of sugars and 12 grams of protein. This dish also has vitamin A, iron and calcium in it. This product does contain wheat, soy and milk ingredients.
If your child is tired of bread in any form consider crackers. What about packing a few crackers in your child's lunch along with a side of cheese and ham slices? Kind of like a homemade lunch able only healthier. You can even cut the ham and cheese slices into fun shapes using cookie cutters. Be sure to package the crackers, cheese and meat separately.