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NBC's Today show nominates the best five sandwiches in America.
Posted by Craig on 05:13:00 AM in Food and Drink
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The Vesuvio's cheesesteak is not a cheesesteak, it's a tarted-up version for people with too much money and overly-refined tastes. A real cheesesteak has Cheese Wiz (a cheese-like product as the manufacturer declares), not cheese, and onions. Cheesesteaks are supposed to be declasse, not gourmet.
Also, they couldn't find a pulled-pork sandwhich?
Acad Ronin |
September 27, 2007 at 07:15 AM
I lived in New Orleans for four years and tried the Muffeletta a couple of times, but didn't like it. I think that it might be a bit of a marketing gimmick. The best sandwich I've ever had is the Radiator's Special. It had fried shrimp and oysters on a french roll with cheese. They served it at a place called Cooter Brown's, which is (or was, I'm not sure) just below the levee off of St Charles Ave. near Carrolton, where the street car ends uptown.
I would also nominate the real Cuban sandwiches that are very hard to find outside of Miami or Tampa (and maybe Cuba).
Pat L |
September 27, 2007 at 08:32 AM
If you're looking for a great pulled pork sandwich, I recommend Oklahoma Joe's in Kansas City.
I think the best sandwich I've ever eaten was at the Midnight Express in the ski town of Chamonix.
September 27, 2007 at 12:07 PM
Okay as a chowhound and a foodie, can I say that this list is HORRIBLE. Who did they put on this? Ugh!!! No Pats, no Ginos? And the LOBSTER ROLL is from Cali and not Maine?
September 27, 2007 at 01:37 PM
The Union Oyster House in Boston used to have a fabulous sandwich made with fresh tuna:
Patrick R. Sullivan |
September 28, 2007 at 01:50 PM
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