- Sep 23, 2014
A legit muffuletta.
My grocery store was sampling the Boar's Head London Broil. I wonder it that's the roast beef you're referring to. I was unbelievably good. So good that for lunch I'm going down the block to the Boar's Head deli and having one for lunch.We were riding across NY on the Erie Canal trail and they stopped at a little shop and said they have great sandwiches there. Indeed it was, the best roast beef lunch meat I've ever had. It was Boar's Head. After that I spent 2 years trying to find out how I can get Boar's Head at home.
I was in the grocery store and spotted smoked Gouda cheese. Grabbed it and noticed the name on the package. My head snapped around to the deli department in the corner. Boar's Head!!!! I am now in sandwich heaven!!!!
So, for a lunch meat sandwich, it's Boar's Head roast beef and turkey with smoked Gouda and thick sliced tomato taken from the garden with Miracle Whip.
No recipe. Just dump in whatever seems good at the time. Always start with cooked chicken breasts, mayo, salt, pepper, sweet pickle relish and onion and go from there. Various things I might add: dried cranberries, bacon crumbles, honey mustard, chopped nuts, chopped grapes, chopped celery or celery seed, or coarse chopped apples.What's your recipe?
I used to work for Boar's Head. The London Broil is more rare than the roast beef that is also rare. It's a different cut of meat, but both are very good. I'll take the LB any day for the extra rareness.My grocery store was sampling the Boar's Head London Broil. I wonder it that's the roast beef you're referring to. I was unbelievably good. So good that for lunch I'm going down the block to the Boar's Head deli and having one for lunch.
Have you been to Phillipe's?French dip. The best sandwich ever.
You know what? I haven't. I should go. It's not THAT far from me. I just hate going to L.A. I know all about it though, and honestly can't believe I've never gone there.Have you been to Phillipe's?
I was in downtown LA for a conference several years ago and made the long walk to Phillipe's several times.Philippe the Original, also known as Philippe's, is home to the original French Dipped Sandwich. Also serving soups, chili, salads, beer and wine.www.philippes.com
Thank you for this. This sounds like something I would enjoy. So you just take the chic peas out of the can, rinse and then mash up with a fork? I do not do ANY cooking or foodshopping (my dh does) so type slowly so I can understand and ask him to pick up the ingredients and I'll try to make LOLI love a good chickpea salad sandwich. So many ways to make it, but lately I like it smashed up with raisins, almonds, dried cranberries, sliced grapes, some vegan mayo, and a little salt & pepper. Put that on a hawaiian roll, yum! I also like a good grilled cheese - pepperjack with tomato and avocado on rye.