Jagger, K. Addeddate There are no reviews yet. Authentic spiedies do not allow for toppings or condiments. The classic South Philadelphia tangle of thinly sliced grilled steak and onions, blanketed with Cheez Whiz and served on a roll.
The tale of its creation goes like this: In , Harry Olivieri, who ran a hot-dog stand with his older brother, Pat, got tired of dogs and went to buy some beef, which he sliced and grilled with onions. A cabdriver demanded to buy one. From the Michigan Upper Peninsula comes an unusual take on Italian sausage, which combines pork with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice and cloves, and uses no fennel seed. The sausage is cooked in thin patties and served on a roll with tomato sauce and mozzarella; some include mushrooms, peppers and onions.
A sloppy Chicago classic. Lean round roast is braised in beef stock, shaved paper thin, soaked in jus and served on a soft roll dense enough to absorb the juices. The whole sandwich is dunked in the jus and topped with giardiniera or sweet peppers.
An Italian-American icon. A chicken or veal cutlet, meatballs or eggplant; fried, napped with red sauce and served on a roll under a blanket of melted mozzarella. The other iconic sandwich of Philadelphia.
The sandwich is traditionally wrapped, weighted down and left to marinate and condense, allowing flavors to mingle and the olive oil and red vinegar that dresses it to soak the bread. The Italian-American fried-chicken sandwich, which starts with a cutlet pounded flat, breaded and pan-fried, served with either broccoli and provolone Philadelphia style; see Pork and Rabe or lettuce, tomato and mayonnaise on an Italian roll.
The Italian hot-pressed sandwich that surged in the United States in the s. Panini are traditionally made with ciabatta or focaccia never sliced bread and filled with cured meats, vegetables and cheese. Recipe: Greens and Mushroom Panini. Not necessarily the packaged stuff, but rather any sandwich built on bread sliced from a larger loaf.
Most of the sandwiches here are typically made on white bread, or whole wheat, but those on rye or other breads are noted as such. A decidedly Southern sandwich with Northern roots, pimento cheese is a simple mix of Cheddar, red bell pepper and mayonnaise that touches both the upper classes and the lower.
Food manufacturers quickly took up the notion, and by the s, farmers in Georgia and California started growing pimentos to feed the demand. Southerners, awash in peppers, made a version using that country store staple, hoop cheese. It remains a perennial offering at the Masters golf tournament, a mainstay of afternoon tea menus and a refrigerator staple in many households, where it is essentially the peanut butter of Southern childhoods, according to Emily Wallace , a pimento cheese scholar.
The best versions are on white bread, with a hand-grated mix of sharp and medium Cheddars, just enough mayonnaise to hold it together, judicious distribution of finely chopped roasted red pepper and a kiss of cayenne. It is a triple-decker sandwich built on Pullman rye: turkey and roast beef and dry coleslaw, with Russian dressing and Swiss cheese, cut into artful squares.
The sloppy Joe is the sandwich king of Essex County: a regional favorite for more than 80 years, a central feature of life from birthday parties and christenings to wakes and shivas.
But it was born in this shop, said Matt Wonski, the second-generation deli man who owns Town Hall. The vest-pocket history: In the early years of the s, Mr. The politician asked the countermen at Town Hall to recreate the sandwich. Los Angeles is a burger-and-taco town. That said, there is one sandwich that has come to embody California consciousness. There must be fat, ripe wedges of avocado. There should be a fistful of alfalfa sprouts and juicy slices of tomato. Mayonnaise is helpful, to avoid dryness, but purists and vegans often opt for hummus instead.
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Moving on…. The grilled cheese fares far better than the wrap in Knowlton's eyes. A cast-iron pan is key, and the proper construction of a grilled cheese sandwich is not for the faint of heart or cholesterol-wary. The grilled cheese can, Knowlton allows, benefit from a little acidity. Tomatoes, pickles, or, as his father did, chopped pimento, can do the trick.
But be sure to nestle additions between cheese on both sides to trap them in: "Think of the cheese as mortar," says Knowlton. The one allowance for riffing and creativity here is for Southerners: Southerners may use pimento cheese on their grilled cheese sandwiches. Knowlton doesn't care much for lobster rolls.
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