The sandwich: named for John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich, because he liked to eat his meat between bread so he could continue playing cribbage. But the sandwich actually dates back much further, to 110 BCE or so, when Jewish sage Hillel the Elder wrapped lamb and herbs in soft matzah. Today in Ame ... More >>
We don't normally take what arrives in the mail as a sign to buy Dodgers tickets. But a beer, snack and great sandwich book from different publishers, all on the same day? Two are cookbooks, Salty Snacks and Emeril's Kicked-Up Sandwiches, the third is The World Atlas of Beer, a coffee table-sized be ... More >>
So much can happen between two slices of bread. Practical, portable, difficult to define and nearly impossible to mess up entirely, the sandwich offers a broad canvas for the harried parent or the creative chef. John Montagu (aka the 4th Earl of Sandwich) could never have dreamed of the baroque monu ... More >>
Guzzle & NoshThe Godmother sub at Bay Cities Deli.Bay Cities Deli makes two dozen sandwiches -- a sub with fluffy meatballs, a chicken parm, a Poor Boy with bologna, cotto salami and Swiss cheese -- but the one for which they're most famous, and justifiably so, is The Godmother.
No, this is not about a sparring match between Giuseppe Garibaldi and Giuseppe Mazzini. This is about the other type of Italian heroes, the ones we in the United States probably know and care much more about. This is about the Italian cold cut sandwich -- one of the great lunches this country has to ... More >>
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