My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich

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2006/09/18 21:06:15 (permalink)

My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich

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I JUST CAN'T DECIDE. THIS QUESTION MAY BE MORE DIFFICULT THAN WHICH CAME FIRST THE CHICKEN OR THE EGG ? POSSIBLY THE MOST DIFFICULT QUESTION OF ALL TIME. HELPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    ScreenBear
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 21:21:01 (permalink)
    That's easy. Either a #1 or a #3 wherever great, world class submarine sandwiches are constructed.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 21:23:57 (permalink)
    I absotively and posilutely agree! (Uh, with the original post).

    I can eliminate the lobster roll but only because they're not served around here; I know they're awesome but how can name as a favorite sandwich something I can't regularly have?

    I can also eliminate the cheesesteak since I don't know where to find a good one in Houston. Again, a great sandwich, though.

    Well, at least Stephen didn't also include the Reuben, Cuban and Panini.

    I'm withholding my vote in protest this week.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 21:27:11 (permalink)
    i'm withholding my vote
    because my favorite sandwich
    depends on which direction
    i choose to travel.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 21:31:50 (permalink)

    Yeah, This sure looks like a regional selection to me. Where's the Pulled Pork (or other BBQ Sandwich), or the Pork Tenderloin, or the B-U-R-G-E-R ? Grilled Cheese? BLT? and the list goes on.....
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 21:33:37 (permalink)
    Al, see Michael Stern's response on the What Do You Put on Your Biscuit thread.
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    mayor al
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 21:43:21 (permalink)
    OK,
    But I will still hold onto the Grilled Cheese and the BLT and then add a whole bunch of what the others called the PB &J or Jam or Jelly or Honeybutter Combo's
    Or a Meatball-Sub.
    If I can "Stick-It" in a Biscuit, I can "Shove-it" into a Sub-Roll!
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/18 22:03:31 (permalink)
    At this point in time I would have to vote for the lobster roll. But that's just because I just had my FIRST EVER on a recent trip to Maine. Now if my next adventure takes me to New Orleans or Philly, I'll have to change my vote.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/19 00:31:20 (permalink)
    but to pick just one....alas poor yorick... not to mention all the additional above mentioned sandwiches....arghhhhhhhhhhh
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/19 22:32:15 (permalink)
    This one:

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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/19 22:41:33 (permalink)
    I've said it before and I'll say it again. The Italian beef sandwich is the finest sandwich known to man. I have spoken.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/19 22:45:17 (permalink)
    But, as for second place, I'm with Mr. Mayor. A truly great meatball sub can bring me to my knees. The kind where the meatballs have been LONG-simmered in the sauce, to the point that they become a different animal than a regular meatball. Sausage also undergoes that strange and wonderful alchemic change when simmered long enough. Not all places have the wisdom or the patience to do this, however...
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/19 22:47:00 (permalink)
    And I can't let that amazing pastrami sandwich go by without commenting. By all that is holy that is a gorgeous sandwich!
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/19 23:11:57 (permalink)
    To me, a good open faced hot roast beef sandwich with mashed potatos and gravy is always my first choice. A good one is hard to find but well worth the effort.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/20 00:01:01 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Bulldozer Rectangle

    This one:




    Good looking sandwich Bulldozer Rectangle and great pic. Where's it from?
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/20 11:53:26 (permalink)
    Just yoinked it from the Katzs review on this site.

    http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=243

    BTW, in H-town, you can get a similar sandwich at Kenny and Ziggys, but ask them to hand cut it. For a displaced northern boy, it'll do in a pinch.
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/20 12:00:55 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Bulldozer Rectangle

    This one:





    That settles it. I am going to Katz's for dinner TONIGHT.

    Pastrami (cut lean) on Rye with mustard
    Extra bread
    sour pickle
    Knish
    Dr. Brown's Diet Cream soda


    Tonight!
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    RE: My Favorite Roadfood Sandwich 2006/09/20 18:07:30 (permalink)
    I don't think I've ever been to K & Z; there used to be a Guggenheim's along there that I went to but it looks like that's gone. I haven't had much reason to be in that part of town for years; I'll have to overcome my reluctance to get into the traffic in the Magic Cirle are and check it out. Thanks.
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