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Fried bologna on white toast

Fried bologna on white toast

Eating bologna is not easy. Made of a ground form of the most common parts of pork (occasionally with a dose of lard) the meat feels… unsettling. There’s a very noticeable lack of texture that isn’t even rejuvenated by frying. And so to save this […]

King’s Hawaiian® Brown Sugar Bacon Turkey

King’s Hawaiian® Brown Sugar Bacon Turkey

We’re not usually in the truth business here, but when we set out to capture the King’s Hawaiian® Brown Sugar Bacon Turkey sandwich from Arby’s, we saw an incongruent reality behind the sultry voice of Ving Rhames and stark contrast imagery from commercials. It’s a […]

Portabella on bread thins

Portabella on bread thins

You say you like everything? Here’s the everything bread thin from Arnold’s. Mix it up with some veggies to really show you how fun a meat-free sandwich can be. Earthy flavor from a portabella mushroom cap mixes with the crispness of lettuce and the juiciness […]

Sardine on white

Sardine on white

We only heard from one fan (and contributor) about missing last week’s portrait. We apologize, of course, and are here for two portraits this week. The first is just straight up gross. Though you may enjoy the wet softness of sardines, most people don’t. Even […]

Honey Mustard Chicken on Italian

Honey Mustard Chicken on Italian

You have to thin out the honey mustard. That’s the key. After you’ve chopped and pulled the chicken apart and laid out the fixins for construction, you toss the chicken back in the pan and pour the watery honey mustard mixture (purist here– honey and […]

Roast Beef and Cheese on kaiser roll

Roast Beef and Cheese on kaiser roll

We all have work to do around the house. These things have to get done, as much as we try to push them off. Here we have roast beef saving the day from boring ironing. The provolone cheese melts into the folds of meat on […]

Marjie’s Delight from Barley Creek Brew Company

Marjie’s Delight from Barley Creek Brew Company

On a weekend romp through the Pocono area, you might find yourself looking for a beer and a bite. Barley Creek Brew Company is here for you, with torches burning bight by their sign even in the freezing temperatures. Though we didn’t meet Marjie, we […]

Pastrami and Turkey on rye pumpernickel

Pastrami and Turkey on rye pumpernickel

This is one of those sandwiches that’s built for confusion, which makes it a perfect representative of today’s society. You bite and feel the tang of the rye pumpernickel– good, but flavored with something else. Ah yes, spiced yellow mustard takes over your attention. Then […]

Pastrami and Swiss on wheat

Pastrami and Swiss on wheat

I can hear the traditional sandwich-makers already: “Oh wheat?!” Why not? The heartiness of wheat tames the salty pastrami and slight tang of Swiss cheese. If those two are not enough alone, add mustard. We did. It was totally worth it. It made the sandwich […]

Cheese and Kielbasa Loaf on kaiser roll

Cheese and Kielbasa Loaf on kaiser roll

If that sausage isn’t spicy enough, just add some mustard. Those are pop song lyrics waiting to be picked up. Run with it. I’ll be here enjoying this kielbasa and cheese sandwich. And it’s true, too– the mustard adds one more level of taste to […]