Sandwiches That You Will Like

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brittneal
Double Chili Cheeseburger
2009/06/30 00:40:12
This looked like a good watch when it came on the other nite.  Just as it started the Dr came in for his rounds and i missed it.  IAM is an odd time but since Im having trouble relaxing enough to sleep after me disaster here this will "hit the spot"!
 
Rick Sebak travels across America sampling great sandwiches, including lobster rolls in Maine, pastrami sandwiches in New York and po' boys in New Orleans
 
 
brittneal
Double Chili Cheeseburger
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/06/30 02:35:16
I was afraid it was an older show.  I saw it back about 6 or more years ago.
It was still pretty good and showed a lot of roadFood fave up close and personal.  long before Guy's day!
MiamiDon
Filet Mignon
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/06/30 10:25:39
Yeah, there's just the one show.  They play it every so often.  Always a good one.
Davydd
Sirloin
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/06/30 10:26:57
It was first shown around 2002.
buffetbuster
Porterhouse
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/06/30 10:29:25
Also highly recommended are Rick Sebak's A Hot Dog Program and An Ice Cream Show. 
TJ Jackson
Filet Mignon
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/07/09 01:52:48
It was this very PBS special that drew me to this website, actually

After seeing the show for the first time, I wanted to know more about Philly Cheesesteaks, so I googled the term.....which led to a post on these forums by some fellow named CheeseWit......and I've been here since......
NYPIzzaNut
Filet Mignon
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/07/09 20:15:05
brittneal

This looked like a good watch when it came on the other nite.  Just as it started the Dr came in for his rounds and i missed it.  IAM is an odd time but since Im having trouble relaxing enough to sleep after me disaster here this will "hit the spot"!
 
Rick Sebak travels across America sampling great sandwiches, including lobster rolls in Maine, pastrami sandwiches in New York and po' boys in New Orleans
 
 

...he needs to try the po' boys in Cinci at NOTG...

http://rodeo.cincinnati.com/ent2/entity.aspx?e=181707

post edited by NYPIzzaNut - 2009/07/09 20:17:33
ZoomGoesTheBill
Junior Burger
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/07/10 11:31:51
NYPIzzaNut

brittneal

This looked like a good watch when it came on the other nite.  Just as it started the Dr came in for his rounds and i missed it.  IAM is an odd time but since Im having trouble relaxing enough to sleep after me disaster here this will "hit the spot"!

Rick Sebak travels across America sampling great sandwiches, including lobster rolls in Maine, pastrami sandwiches in New York and po' boys in New Orleans



...he needs to try the po' boys in Cinci at NOTG...

http://rodeo.cincinnati.com/ent2/entity.aspx?e=181707

 
It's weird how Cincinnati has better po' boys than New Orleans AND better pizza than New York.


TJ Jackson
Filet Mignon
Re:Sandwiches That You Will Like 2009/07/10 11:41:20
ZoomGoesTheBill
It's weird how Cincinnati has better po' boys than New Orleans AND better pizza than New York.

*laff*

although I have only had one po boy in new Orleans and no pizza in NYC, I think I am fairly safe (except from a select few posters here) to say that Cincinnati most certainly does NOT have better pizzas than NYC nor better po boys than New Orleans.

I think all that NYPN is saying here, really, is that the PoBoys at New Orleans to Go (here in Cincinnati) are pretty darn good.  And they are, most definitely.

I know for certain NYPN has never claimed any Cincinnati pizza to be better than that found in NY - quite the opposite, in fact - so I am not sure where you draw that claim from. That said, both of your two total posts on this website (as of me replying to you now) so far have been purely snarky/sarcastic, so at least you are remaining true to form.  However, I am sure everyone would welcome an actual contribution from you - you claim to be from Sardinia, so how about telling us about good eats to be found in that neck of the woods, perhaps in NYPN's new SW Ohio thread?
post edited by TJ Jackson - 2009/07/10 11:47:03