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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Thu, 07/25/13 9:10 PM
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Davydd


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What you don't understand about hotdish and Swedish meatballs in Minnesota is that it is not tradition carrying on but a humorous inside joke partaken by a generation running those restaurants and food trucks that grew up on and knew nothing but chain and fast food. They are still rarer than your Jewish deli sandwich in New York and there are probably more places in the Twin Cities that serves a Jewish deli sandwich than hotdish. I just crossed northern Minnesota from Voyageurs National Park to Ely to Duluth and saw not a single tater tot in four restaurants. But I did have a great local caught fresh baked Herring sandwich in Knife River.

I say all that and guess what? A new restaurant is going to open up in our town of Excelsior and look what is on the menu.  Tater Tots!

And to think, Tater Tots date back only to 1952 created by an Oregon company.

 
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When some local yelled at you on Chowhound regarding your anti hotdish/scandinavian thing, I believe your reply was "I don't want everyone to think that's all we eat"  (I'm paraphrasing)
 
I can't imagine a restaurant EVER putting a joke item on a menu (that's ready to be served) the restaurant would go bankrupt in a heartbeat..

I visited 2 restaurants in Minnesota that just "happened" to have hotdish on the menu...that' was by chance- it was NOT pre planned.  
 
The beloved Tavern on Grand has hotdish on the menu, there's another restaurant at your airport that only serves hotdish and your beloved Victoria House had both Hotdish and Swedish Meatballs as a special one week. 
 
And its not for tourists- I once asked my coworkers (before I visited Minnesota) what they think the iconic dish was ....I think the majority of the replies were something along the lines of grits and chicken fried steak...of course no one had ever been or ever had any desire to visit...
 
I think per capita remember NYC has 20 miillion, the Twin Cities has like 2 or 3 million you will still find more places serving hotdish and Swedish Meatballs than Jewish Delis in NYC. Nowadays you'll probably find more Korean Delis.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 07/26/13 10:21 AM
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wanderingjew


I'm a NY native, you think I would know about where I grew up , lived and regularly visit....

WJ,
 
Again, the point is you are sensitive to comments from others about New York but choose to be just as insufferable in your opinions about other places.
 
BTW, the Fargo movie with the wood chipper was not big enough. We have lots bigger. Gotta keep up our image, you betcha.
 
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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 07/26/13 10:52 AM
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Davydd
 
I'm not sensitive at all, just playing Devil's Advocate. I'll always visit a Jewish Deli when I return to NYC much to the chagrin of my friends...

 

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 07/26/13 11:29 AM
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After mini polling here in Oregon, we've decided on a Salmon Sandwich on Sourdough roll. 
Much love was expressed for bay shrimp with either Rogue blue or Tillamook cheddar on a ciabatta roll, however.
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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 07/26/13 1:34 PM
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After mini polling here in Oregon, we've decided on a Salmon Sandwich on Sourdough roll. 
Much love was expressed for bay shrimp with either Rogue blue or Tillamook cheddar on a ciabatta roll, however.

Now you are making me hungry!!!!!!!!!

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 08/12/13 2:55 PM
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1bbqboy


After mini polling here in Oregon, we've decided on a Salmon Sandwich on Sourdough roll. 
Much love was expressed for bay shrimp with either Rogue blue or Tillamook cheddar on a ciabatta roll, however.

Now you are making me hungry!!!!!!!!!

 
I didn't ask em to make this, they just did....

 
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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 08/12/13 3:02 PM
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OK, the salmon looks good, the dressing looks good and the bread looks good. Take off the tomato and the green beans and I'd steal it from whoever ordered it.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 08/12/13 3:18 PM
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I think they're actually green onion stalks, but I'm not sure myself. :)

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 08/12/13 3:20 PM
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If those are green onions I'll take 'em.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 08/13/13 7:32 PM
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I guessed correctly with the pimento cheese on white bread for Georgia.  Wonder what she comes up with for Alabama?

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 08/13/13 7:59 PM
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I am not sure about the Wisconsin sandwich. Grilled cheese? Fish sandwich? Nope. I think its a double brat served on a hard roll...not a Milwaukee thing, but certainly served elsewhere all over the state.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Wed, 08/28/13 7:50 AM
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I love Denver Omlet sandwich, might have to make one this weekend. As a MN transplant living in Denver, I wish I could get my home state sandwich out here. No-one knows what walleye is. Can't wait to see what the ND/SD sandwiches are.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 08/30/13 12:43 PM
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another list. This one covers all 50 states + DC, but wacky selections.
50 States, 50 Sandwiches - Zagat

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 08/30/13 12:51 PM
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Well, at least they got Connecticut right.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 08/30/13 1:01 PM
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Actually they got quite a few of the states right.  Only problem with PA is that delicious looking roast pork/broccoli rabe sandwich is only available in the Philly area.  That leaves a whole lot of state unaccounted for!  Western PA should be the fish sandwich which you can find in any restaurant, bar, tavern, VFW, Catholic church, etc.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 08/30/13 1:14 PM
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A "red brat" for Wisconsin?  I wonder how easy one can be found (if at all) outside of Madison; I can't recall ever seeing one.
 
To encompass the entire state I nominate the hamburger, invented in Seymour in 1885.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Fri, 08/30/13 7:10 PM
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isnt a red brat a mett??

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/3/13 3:57 AM
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Big ass sandwich here in Portland Oregon


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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 12:27 PM
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VA = ham biscuit. That was, NC can have the pulled pork sandwich. They do it better than us anyway.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 1:49 PM
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New Mexico is the green chile cheeseburger, Ohio is the hotdog(I know it's not a sandwich but it doesn't seem to deter Ohio people), Georgia is the Krystal Burger(let's be fair, it's a White Castle through and through with a different name), and Michigan is the Gyro(ok, maybe just Deerborn and surrounding areas).

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 2:12 PM
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Ohio's is the hot dog? Where in Ohio would that be the case?

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 2:27 PM
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Why is a hot dog not a sandwich?  It is a middle 'something' with bread on each side.  Isn't that a sandwich?
 

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 4:37 PM
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Easy - you do have a point and I had updated my list to include the infamous hot dog (well actually coney dog)

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 4:42 PM
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ROADFOOD's OFFICIAL STATE SANDWICH LIST
 
AK - Grilled Halibut
AL - Slugburger (Northern AL) 
AZ - Navajo Taco
CA - Powerhouse (Southern CA)
CO - Bison Burger
CT - Steamed Cheeseburgers (Central)
DE - The Bobbie (Thanksgiving on a roll)
FL - Cuban (South) & Grouper (panhandle)
GA - Pulled/Chopped pork on White Bread
HI - Kalua Pig Sandwich
IA - Breaded Pork Tenderloin or Maid Rite
IL - Horsehoe (Springfield) Italian Beef & Hot Dog (Chicago)
IN - Breaded Pork Tenderloin
KY - Hot Brown
LA - Poboy - Parrain Special (Cajun Country) - Muffaletta
MA - Fluffernutter
MD - Soft Shell Crab & Crab Cake Sandwich
ME - Lobster Roll
MS - Slugburger (Northern)
MO - St Paul Sandwich 
MN - Juicy Lucy & Walleye Sandwich
NC - Chopped Whole Hog
NE - Hamburger (fresh from the farm)
NJ - Pork Roll (got to be Taylor's)
NM - Green Chile Cheeseburger
NY - Pastarmi on Rye (East) & Beef on Weck (West) - Michgan (coney dog - West)
OH - Fried Baloney (Waldo) & Cheese Coney (SWO)
OK - Fried Onion Burger
PA - Philly Cheesesteak (East) & Any Primanti's (West)
RI - DYN-O-MITE (doing my best JJ) & Italian Grinder
TN - Pimento Cheese (toasted or non)
TX - Brisket on White Bread
VA - Country Ham on Biscuit
WA - Seattle Dog (Seattle Area)
WI - Grilled Cheese or Fried Fish or Butter Burger
 
Still Needed:


Idaho
Kansas
Michigan
Montana
Nevada
New Hampshire
North Dakota
Oregon
South Carolina
South Dakota
Utah
Vermont
West Virginia
Wyoming
 
**** Delaware Added ****
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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 4:56 PM
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Delaware- the Bobbie, a sub with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, sometimes called Thanksgiving on a roll

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 5:03 PM
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I like my Bobbie on white bread with mayonnaise.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 5:05 PM
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Phildelmar


Delaware- the Bobbie, a sub with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, sometimes called Thanksgiving on a roll

Can the other states join? I've seen this sandwich on menus in just about every state I visited and/or lived in .
It's not unique to Delaware and I doubt it was invented there.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 5:43 PM
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wanderingjew


Phildelmar


Delaware- the Bobbie, a sub with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, sometimes called Thanksgiving on a roll

Can the other states join? I've seen this sandwich on menus in just about every state I visited and/or lived in .
It's not unique to Delaware and I doubt it was invented there.

 
I searched for the bobbie and it does seem that DE is recognized as the originator.
 
so....

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 6:11 PM
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Ok How about these to fill in the blanks
 
ID - ???? All searches suggest a potato sandwich... Really???
KS - Open Faced Roast Beef with Mashed Potatoes & Gravy
MI - Pasty
MT - Rocky Mountain Oyster Sandwich
NV - ???? Searches suggest a Basque sandwich ????
NH - Moe's Italian Sandwich ????
ND - Summer Sausage Sandwich???
OR - Grilled Salmon
SC - Pulled Pork with Mustard Sauce
SD - SPAM???????? (factory is located there)
UT - ????????????
VT - Vermonter
WV - Golden Eagle??
WY - Bison Burger
 
Your thoughts

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 6:22 PM
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CajunKing


wanderingjew


Phildelmar


Delaware- the Bobbie, a sub with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, sometimes called Thanksgiving on a roll

Can the other states join? I've seen this sandwich on menus in just about every state I visited and/or lived in .
It's not unique to Delaware and I doubt it was invented there.


I searched for the bobbie and it does seem that DE is recognized as the originator.

so....

 
You are probably right- calling it "The Bobbie" probably originated in Delaware, I'm willing to bet the sandwich and its comprised ingredients did not originate in Delaware...
 
Just like the "juicy lucy" the name originated  in Minnesota however "the stuffed cheeseburger" was being served elsewhere long before it was a gleam in the Twin Cities eyes.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 7:21 PM
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wanderingjew


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wanderingjew


Phildelmar


Delaware- the Bobbie, a sub with turkey, stuffing and cranberry sauce, sometimes called Thanksgiving on a roll

Can the other states join? I've seen this sandwich on menus in just about every state I visited and/or lived in .
It's not unique to Delaware and I doubt it was invented there.


I searched for the bobbie and it does seem that DE is recognized as the originator.

so....


You are probably right- calling it "The Bobbie" probably originated in Delaware, I'm willing to bet the sandwich and its comprised ingredients did not originate in Delaware...

Just like the "juicy lucy" the name originated  in Minnesota however "the stuffed cheeseburger" was being served elsewhere long before it was a gleam in the Twin Cities eyes.

Yeah, I have eaten them all over the place around the holidays.  All under different names.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Mon, 09/16/13 11:16 PM
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Spam is a Hormel product from Austin, MN. The Spam museum is located there as well.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/17/13 7:16 AM
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ND is definately the Indian fry bread taco.  It's on the rotating school menu, church pot lucks, street fairs.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/17/13 7:58 AM
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WarToad


ND is definately the Indian fry bread taco.  It's on the rotating school menu, church pot lucks, street fairs.


Utah and Arizona might get upset with ND for claiming  that as their own.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/17/13 11:05 AM
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Well, just saying it's the only real unusual sandwich herebouts that I'd never personally heard of or seen until I moved here.  And it's everywhere. (ND has a strong Native Indian population.)  As a born and raised Iowa Boy, the breaded pork tenderloin is hands down my native states sandwich.  The fry bread taco is just like that here.
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ND - Summer Sausage Sandwich???

Having eaten at quite a few small town diners and street fairs, I've never heard or seen such a sandwich.  You can get sliced summer sausage on your deli sandwich, but we're just talking Subway's, Quizno's, places like that.
 
I might throw out a Bison Burger, you can get a decent one of those in a few places in Minot, but it's no where as common and frequently seen as the fry bread taco.
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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/17/13 11:24 AM
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WarToad


Well, just saying it's the only real unusual sandwich herebouts that I'd never personally heard of or seen until I moved here.  And it's everywhere. (ND has a strong Native Indian population.)  As a born and raised Iowa Boy, the breaded pork tenderloin is hands down my native states sandwich.  The fry bread taco is just like that here.
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ND - Summer Sausage Sandwich???

Having eaten at quite a few small town diners and street fairs, I've never heard or seen such a sandwich.  You can get sliced summer sausage on your deli sandwich, but we're just talking Subway's, Quizno's, places like that.

I might throw out a Bison Burger, you can get a decent one of those in a few places in Minot, but it's no where as common and frequently seen as the fry bread taco.

I have seen summer sausage and even braunshweiger) -but I think it applies more to Eastern ND. Does Quizno's and Subway have Summer Sausage on their menu? That's news to me.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/17/13 2:39 PM
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I still think a beirock could be a Kansas state sandwich.
 

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Thu, 09/19/13 11:13 PM
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Davydd


Spam is a Hormel product from Austin, MN. The Spam museum is located there as well.

I only suggested SD as Spam because the factory that produces it is actually there in SD, but I am open to any and all suggestions.

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Re:What is your state sandwich? - Tue, 09/24/13 6:41 PM
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We are a lucky bunch - aren't we  !!!

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