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SFMatMan

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RE: Sandwich book Tue, 12/13/05 1:15 AM (permalink)
Cheese Frenchie is definitely a Nebraska sandwich...

But, though there's a great deal of debate, there's been a lot of research as well into the origin of the Reuben (credited in your book as New York's sandwich) - and the research leans towards a Nebraska origin of the Reuben as well.

http://www.rowlandweb.com/reuben/history.asp

I always thought the Reuben originated in Omaha - but according to the research, the earliest documentation of the Reuben in existence appears to come from the Cornhusker Hotel, in Lincoln, NE.

Just some interesting info.

Matt
 
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