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Tuscan Fried Chicken Sandwiches

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Who doesn’t love fried chicken? And while it’s often associated with Southern cuisine, it seems to be a staple in many cultures and Italy is no exception. In [&hellip…

Muffuletta Sandwich

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The first muffuletta (muffaletta) appeared on the scene in New Orleans in the early 1900′s. Salvatore Lupo, owner of the Central Grocery, started putting together sandwiches for the [&hellip…

Chicken, Caramelized Apple, and Onion Sandwich

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I love this time of year. The air is crisp and apples, one of my favorite fruits, are in season. They’re good on their own, in desserts, and [&hellip…

Tuna Sandwich with Fennel and Preserved Lemon

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Canned tuna gets a big boost from a combo of  fresh fennel and piquant preserved lemons. Their flavor is a cross between briny olives, sweet and tart lemons. [&hellip…

Roast Pork on a Bun

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Roast pork shoulder has got to be one of my all-time favorite meats. It’s rich, well marbled, and takes to both roasting and braising. A spiced rub, seasoned [&hellip…

Mediterranean Vegetable Wrap

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Juicy zucchini, sweet bell peppers, fragrant herbs, tomatoes, and lemons are a few of the goodies the Mediterranean has to offer.  Add a light hummus made by using [&hellip…

Sandwich of the Day: Shrimp Remoulade Po' Boy with Fried Green Tomatoes

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A po’ boy isn’t a po’ boy unless it’s made on some good French bread, and that means crusty on the outside and light and airy on the [&hellip…

Sandy's Sandwich: Chicken Caesar Sandwich

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Most historians agree on the origin of the Caesar salad but not on who created it. Two brothers, originally from Italy, emigrated to the U.S. after World War II and opened [&hellip…