Not a fan of sweet potatoes and similar tubers, but I can appreciate them intellectually.
Something that seems to have faded away is the art of the Dagwood sandwich. Basically it's a fairly highly stacked combination of salad, meat, cheese or whatever you have to hand. Top with Mayo or whatever your favourite dressing is. A proper Dagwood should be at least two or three inches high.
Back when I were a lad it was a staple of quick lunches, snacks or other slap-up food. Now you hardly ever hear it mentioned.
An “Untidy Joseph”
I did that with leftover brisket, chopped and reheated with BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and 2 teaspoons of bourbon.
The bread is roasted garlic bread, toasted and topped with yellow mustard.