Hot!50 STATES, 50 SANDWICHES!

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Re:50 STATES, 50 SANDWICHES! 2014/01/20 15:59:29 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

They have bratwurst in Wisconsin?
Of course.  They're a staple of cookouts along with hamburgers, created in Seymour, WI in 1885 by Charlie Nagreen.
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Re:50 STATES, 50 SANDWICHES! 2014/01/20 16:06:22 (permalink)
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Michael Hoffman

They have bratwurst in Wisconsin?
Of course.  They're a staple of cookouts along with hamburgers, created in Seymour, WI in 1885 by Charlie Nagreen.

So, Wisconsin people are better with German sausages from Bucyrus, Ohio than they are with food history.
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Re:50 STATES, 50 SANDWICHES! 2014/01/20 16:06:49 (permalink)
Born and raised in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, I will agree with the Fluffernutter. My other thought would be the Clam Roll. Since it is on a hot dog roll, I don't think of it as a sandwich. But...you do find it under the sandwich heading on a menu.
At our house, my Mother did experiment with the basic Fluffernutter structure. A special treat was on raisin bread toast. Sometimes my brother would add grape jelly. My sister tried strawberry jelly before the strawberry flavor Fluff came out!!!
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Re:50 STATES, 50 SANDWICHES! 2014/01/20 17:28:17 (permalink)
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In general,I think the list is pretty accurate. However, having lived all my life in Virginia, I was wondering why the best they could come up with is an "Alamo Cuban"?!!! That sandwich says nothing about Virginia (although it's probably a pretty good sandwich). On an earlier thread here another list of state sandwiches listed Virginia's as a "Country Ham Biscuit", a much better representative of our state.

 
Agreed.  I've lived in VA since the 80s, and have never even heard of an "Alamo Cuban"!!  Looks like it's from one particular restaurant. ... Hardly representative of the state.   As you said, "Country Ham Biscuit" would be much better. 
 
 
 
 
 
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