Archive | February, 2009

Weekend Recipe: Meatball Sandwich

27. February 2009

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Weekend Recipe: Meatball Sandwich

Weekend Recipe posts are intended to give you a delicious sandwich you can try on a lazy Saturday or Sunday afternoon. A meatball sandwich is on the Mount Rushmore of sandwiches. It is an iconic image of what defines a “sandwich”. The classic combination of meat, bread and sauce that is in many ways so [...]

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Bre Pettis’ Sandwich Robot

27. February 2009

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Bre Pettis’ Sandwich Robot

Founder of NYC Resistor, a collaborative do-it-yourself hacker space, Bre Pettis is familiar with building devices that better serve the average lazy geek. His latest genius invention is the Sudo Make Me a Sandwich Robot which is based on a cartoon from popular web comic XKCD. Bre can we get one of these that makes [...]

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Esquire’s Encyclopedia of Sandwiches

27. February 2009

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Esquire’s Encyclopedia of Sandwiches

Around this time last year, Esquire put together a formidable collection of articles ranging from sandwich recipes from top chefs around the country to a list of must-have materials when concocting the ultimate sandwich. Within you’ll also find the account of a man eating a peanut butter and jelly sandwich for the first time and [...]

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Bourdain Finds “Apex of Sandwich-Making Art”

26. February 2009

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Bourdain Finds “Apex of Sandwich-Making Art”

Tony Bourdain is a personal hero of mine; he travels the world to eat some of the most delicious and outrageous things and does it with pure wit and a side of cynicism. A recent episode of Bourdain’s No Reservations took him to Chicago where he bites into the Three Little Pigs sandwich at Silver [...]

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Aya’s Brings Mediterranean Flavors to the Banks of the Schuylkill

25. February 2009

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Aya’s Brings Mediterranean Flavors to the Banks of the Schuylkill

Just blocks from the river at 22nd & Arch is a Pharaoh’s treasure of sweet and savory spices spanning Italy, Greece and North Africa. Aya’s Café offers a wide variety of dishes including lamb, beef, chicken, seafood, pasta, and vegetarian, all expertly prepared with authentic tastes of the Mediterranean. There’s something magical about spice blends [...]

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Big Ups Back, City Paper and Phoodie

25. February 2009

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This week was our big coming out party: we got blogged about by two local Philly food blogs that we, ourselves, read. MealTicket seems to like what we’ve built here, and Phoodie.info, not so much. But that’s cool, we just came here to eat some sandwiches. We would also like to make an open offer [...]

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A Taste of New Orleans in Philadelphia: Grace Tavern Po’ Boy

24. February 2009

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A Taste of New Orleans in Philadelphia: Grace Tavern Po’ Boy

Today is Fat Tuesday and here at Unbreaded, the only thing that means to us is Louisiana-style sandwiches. According to our crack research team, the “Po’ Boy” originated in a New Orleans restaurant, frequented by street car conductors. During a strike with the street car company, the restaurant’s purveyors jokingly referred to the conductors as [...]

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Spike Mendelsohn Takes Peoples’ Choice At Burger Bash

23. February 2009

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Spike Mendelsohn Takes Peoples’ Choice At Burger Bash

Photo credit: goodstuffeatery/Flickr Last week, hordes of people piled into Rachael Ray’s Burger Bash at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival to gorge themselves on red meat done up right by some of the best restaurants in the country. Top Chef season four contestant Spike Mendelsohn took home three of four awards for his [...]

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