This hits the ticket!

The speaker uttered this beauty after being served a very nice sandwich.  This is a great example of a congruent conflation – a type of malaphor mixing two or more phrases with the same or similar meaning.  “Hits the spot” and “just(that’s) the ticket” are in play here, both meaning to be exactly right.  The congruent conflated malaphors are particularly good, as they sound somewhat correct and evoke a mental double take.  A shout out to Marcia Riefer Johnston for hearing this one and passing it on.