Okay, going to show some basic culinary ignorance here. I don't remember ever eating a meatloaf sandwich in my life. I know - it sounds strange - I just always re-heat meatloaf and never try the sandwich. I now have 5 slices of meatloaf in the freezer - sometime in the future, they will be individually defrosted, so I thought I might as well try a meatloaf sandwich. So the question is - what makes a great meatloaf sandwich, in your opinion? When you make the meatloaf sandwich, do you warm the meat a bit? Because cold seems a little wrong to me. Oh, and by the way - the meatloaf is EW Blue Ribbon, which is okay, but wouldn't get a blue ribbon from me. More like one of those green "I showed up" ribbons.
Second question - I don't remember ever having pea soup. I've decided to try making it - but what's a good bread-y side? Cornbread seems to go better with tomato soup in my mind. I don't keep crackers on hand, and I'd like to make something myself anyway.