Tag: "Sandwich Hall Of Fame"

Beef On Weck Sandwich - A Buffalo, New York Favorite
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Beef On Weck Sandwich – A Buffalo, New York Favorite

The Beef On Weck Sandwich—hand carved, rare roast beef on a Kummelweck Roll (top half dipped in au jus), with a dollop of sinus-clearing horseradish—is one of the oldest signature foods of Buffalo, New York.  It is now served in other parts of Western New York and beyond. We have searched the Internet and our […]

Pljeskavica Sandwich Anyone?
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Pljeskavica Sandwich Anyone?

Pljeskavica (pronounced PLYESS-ka-vee-tsa) is a very popular burger-like food item in Hungary, Slovenia, Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Bosnia and Croatia and has recently gained popularity in Germany and Austria.  In addition, it has become popular in Queens, New York and Chicago, Illinois where many Bosnians, Croatians, Serbs and Montenegrins are residing after the break-up of Yugoslavia.  […]

Bauru Sandwich - Famous Sandwich Of Brazil
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Bauru Sandwich – Famous Sandwich Of Brazil

The Bauru sandwich is the namesake of the city of Bauru.  With a population over 360,000, Bauru is located in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil.  It’s where Pelé began playing soccer and where Brazilian astronaut, Marcos Pontes, was born. The Bauru sandwich actually originated in the city of Sao Paulo at the Ponte Chic restaurant […]

Arepa Sandwich - A Favorite Of Latin America
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Arepa Sandwich – A Favorite Of Latin America

Have you ever had an arepa sandwich?  If no, you are missing out.  If yes, we’d love to know where you had your arepa sandwich or the recipe you used. Arepas are the delicious national food and native bread of Venezuela and Columbia.  Made from corn flour, arepas might have originated as a food staple for poor natives, though […]

Famous Chilean Sandwiches - Barros Luco and Barros Jarpa
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Famous Chilean Sandwiches – Barros Luco and Barros Jarpa

The Barros Luco and Barros Jarpa are two famous Chilean sandwiches. The Barros Luco was named after Ramón Barros Luco, President of Chile in the early 1900s.  While President, he ate at a restaurant named Confiteria Torres, where he would order a “steak with melted cheese on homemade bread.”   The Confiteria Torres, founded in 1879, remains open today. […]

Low Calorie Lobster Bánh Mì  Sandwich
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Low Calorie Lobster Bánh Mì Sandwich

We recently posted several recipes and a little history on the delicious Bánh Mì Sandwich. According to The Daily Plate there are about 596 calories in a Bánh Mì.  Of course, the calories will vary greatly depending on the recipe and sandwich size. Here is a low calorie, tasty Lobster Bánh Mì sandwich recipe (inspired by eatingwell.com): […]

Try A Delicious Bánh Mì Sandwich
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Try A Delicious Bánh Mì Sandwich

A delicious Bánh Mì sandwich is undoubtedly one of the best sandwiches in the world.  In Vietnamese, Bánh Mì means bread but can also mean bread stuffed with meat.  Recently introduced to the USA and many other countries by Vietnamese immigrants, this delicious sandwich is a result of a confluence of cultures between the French and Vietnamese. […]