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    Published on 06-16-2010 05:33 PM
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    In a city the size of New York virtually every possible sandwich is probably available. Restaurants jockey for position to be the leader in their niche.

    The Meatball Shop fits their niche perfectly! You guessed it, they specialize in meatballs. And not just regular beef meatballs but also pork, chicken or vegetarian. Then you have your choice of how you would like your meatballs. It's fun to order sliders, one meatball on a bun, smashed on a brioche bun, or my favorite as a hero - two meatballs on a perfect baquette.

    Once you have selected your meatball and presentation it's time to pick your sauce. Each one is better than the next: tomato sauce, spicy meat sauce, mushroom sauce or parmesan cream sauce.
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    Published on 06-14-2010 06:47 PM
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    Anyone who ever grew up with a doting mom sure knows how a great grilled cheese sandwich (and maybe a bowl of tomato soup) is a great comfort food.

    While Melt has a traditional grilled cheese sandwich (that is also phenomenal) the real star of the show is how Melt manages to meld together a bunch of ingredients (including cheese) into an outstanding sandwich. I guess you could say Melt melds!


    Usually on my first visit I would go with the traditional sandwich, a basic grilled cheese, however I decided to be adventorous and went with the Summer Chicken sandwich. This sandwich features two thick slices of fresh bread, grilled (with butter) to perfection, and then filled with grilled chicken, lettuce, tomato, havarti cheese and a roasted garlic herb dressing. True to the name this Melt sure melded together these ingredients in a warm, toasty and extremely satisfying sandwich.
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    Published on 06-05-2010 12:25 PM
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    Philadelphia is certainly known by the legendary Philly Cheese Steak. But many locals prefer the sandwich without cheese-whiz!

    Johns' Roast Pork has been dishing out this cheese steak alternative for years (since 1930!) and has built up quite a cult following among the locals. The roast pork is totally home made, using only the very best top-choice prime pork, and they bone and remove the meat right in the store!

    Make sure to order the large version of the sandwich as the bread experience is a lot better. The small is served on a plain round roll, while the large is served on a more traditional long roll which is a lot tastier. To be official you need to add provolone cheese.
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    Published on 05-27-2010 03:24 PM
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    As our tribute to the official start of summer we thought that we would bring something "cool" to your attention, the Diddy Riese Ice Cream Sandwich. Hey, it's a sandwich, just not in the traditional sense.

    The Diddy Riese Ice Cream Sanwich substitues delicious cookies instead of a bread or bun and premium ice cream instead of beef, pork, cheese, etc.

    Since 1983 Diddy Riese has been a fixture in Westwood (very near UCLA) serving fabulous ice cream sandwiches in what seems like an infinite amount of combinations. You start with selecting from their ten different cookie offerings including chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, white chocolate macademia, double chocolate with nuts, oh, you get the idea. You can even select two different flavors of cookies, one for the top of your sandwich and a different one for the bottom.
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    Published on 05-24-2010 09:34 AM
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    Chick-Fil-A has announced the addition of the Spicy Chicken Chick-Fil-A sandwich to their menu beginning June 7, 2010.

    To help introduce ...
    Published on 05-19-2010 06:17 PM
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    We don't often feature breakfast sandwiches, but the Taylor Ham, Eggs and Cheese sandwich is just a regional institution we couldn't resist.

    This sandwich is often referred to as the "Jersey Breakfast" although it's a great sandwich for any meal. It is featured at virtually every diner and greasy spoon in New Jersey, and occasionally at other restaurants in Manhattan and Philadelphia. It is a pretty regional offering.

    Taylor Ham, is actually a product called Taylor Pork Roll. it was developed in the 1800's by none other than John Taylor in Trenton, NJ. Basically it is a sausage-like meat product that defies accurate description. Think Spam, bologna, smoked sausage or Canadian bacon and you will get close enough.
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    Published on 05-16-2010 07:26 PM
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    Paseo's has created quite a following, regulars insist that the Cuban Roast sandwich is a religious experience, or a craving that is experienced day after day. The love goes on and on.

    Everyone agrees that the Cuban Roast is one messy sandwich. It starts with a toasted baguette slathered with aioli (mayo), cilantro, pickled jalapenos, romaine lettuce, carmelized onions, and of course, the pork shoulder that has been marinaded in Paseo's secret reciple and slow roasted until it falls off the bone in succulent morsels. Beware the term "slathered" with aioli mayo is a caution, let's just say it is applied very, very, very liberally and as a result the sandwich does become slippery.
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    Published on 05-07-2010 11:23 AM
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    Hebrew National a brand that has a storied past since it's inception in 1905 has announced that they are discontinuing their deli mustard products. This mustard has been a tradition in home ...

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