If you are a lucky person, you have turkey leftovers from the holiday. If so, you can make my new favorite sandwich. I would have taken a picture, but that bad boy was GONE. I loved it so much, I have even made a spicy variation. To make your very own divine turkey sandwich, you'll need some crusty bread, some sliced turkey, a green apple, and some Brie--the spreadable kind is unspeakably wrong, but also perfect in this sandwich. You will also need one of two homemade spreads. For the honey mustard--and it really ought to be fresh honey mustard--mix three parts honey to two parts Dijon. Some recipes call for an addition of vinegar, but I like it with just honey and mustard. The spicier alternative is chipotle yogurt which sounds VILE, but is delectable. You take one chipotle with a tiny spoonful of the ancho sauce it comes in. Chop the chile, add it and the sauce to a heaping spoonful of Greek yogurt. This will be HOT. Take either the honey mustard or the chipotle yogurt and slather it on two pieces of good bread--I'm not sure how this would hold up on fake white bread and I'd be afraid to try. Top with a layer of turkey, a layer of Brie, and some veeeeery thin slices of green apple. Cover with the second piece of bread, pop into a hot pan, and set a second skillet on top to approximate a panini press. (If you have a panini press, then even better.) Cook until the bottom is golden brown, flip and repeat. YUM.