There are a few things one knows when getting a gooseberry book, the recipes will be appealing and the book is not the cut and paste rip-off that has infected the kindle cookbook offerings.
I was surprised by the lack of a TOC, interactive or not. The authors know how to make links, there are four or five in the introduction. I realized eventually there is an interactive TOC, at the end of the book. Although I would have preferred it at the beginning for ease of use, at least it's there.
There are 34 sandwiches offered here, the last two are dessert types, an ice cream sandwich and a delicious sounding tropical sandwich using pound cake.
The recipes are easy to follow, basic ingredients, nice combinations. You won't find anything to outlandish but a good overall choice of sandwiches.
The cookbook also includes a barbecue sauce recipe for the barbecue pork, but this is one of the few recipes not sandwich, this is strictly a sandwich book, not sandwich and sides:)
From Cobb, to Club, to stuffed turkey salad, some vegetarian like watercress and cream cheese, this is a good solid book with some clever combos to put between our bread.