When I lived in Staunton, I was nearly religious about a sandwich called "The Courthouse" that I bought nearly every Friday from Pampered Palate (the best sandwich shop in Staunton, IMO).
The courthouse has turkey, muenster cheese and a magic ingredient — cole slaw — on a croissant. It's tangy, it's flaky, it's filling, it's perfect. Cole slaw operates as a condiment AND provides the crunch that usually comes from lettuce.
I've been jonesing for the sandwich, so I decided to try to make it home. How did it turn out? Meh.
It was still good and tasted almost right, but the croissant wasn't fresh and I think that makes a world of difference. I do think, however, you should all try it.
Can we take a minute to discuss cole slaw? I love cole slaw, but I've met many more people who hate it. What's to hate? Mayonnaise + carrots + cabbage = tangy delicious. It took me three trips to three different grocery stores to even find the right type of cole slaw; everyone was selling random "summer slaws" with cucumber instead. No, thank you.