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Op-Ed: Sandwich Safari Gets Lost In The Jungle

21. July 2010

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Holly Moore has been working in and writing about the food industry long before Philadelphia’s restaurant renaissance. Holly’s work spans all forms of media – his food column in Philadelphia City Paper ran for over 14 years, he worked on the fantastic PBS documentary “Sandwiches That You Will Like,” and currently runs the website Holly [...]

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Unbreaded Named Best Of Philly Food Blog 2009

30. July 2009

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Unbreaded Named Best Of Philly Food Blog 2009

We at Unbreaded are grateful to Philadelphia Magazine for the recognition and we are humbled daily by the hardworking media and food bloggers in this city.  We appreciate this award and the support of the food community, but we know that the real stars of Unbreaded are the spectacular sandwiches we get to enjoy in [...]

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A Thing Of Beauty: The Deli Tray

6. July 2009

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A Thing Of Beauty: The Deli Tray

Nothing says “Party Time” like a deli tray.  It’s the official menu of life events in America:  births, birthdays, graduations, engagements, religious ceremonies and family get-togethers of all sorts.  Even staid business meetings get a much-needed jolt of life when a tray of sandwiches enters the room. Stacks of sandwiches, pickles, condiments and slaw, it’s [...]

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Sloppy Joe, Slop Sloppy Joe

29. May 2009

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Sloppy Joe, Slop Sloppy Joe

I haven’t been able to say the words “sloppy joe” in 15 years without hearing Adam Sandler’s hypnotic chorus to his popular Saturday Night Live performance of Lunch Lady Land.  It drove a spike in my brain that will probably haunt me for another 15 years.  And the unfortunate side effect of that song is [...]

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Chefs Discuss The Great American Sandwich

28. May 2009

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Chefs Discuss The Great American Sandwich

Metropolitan Home has a great article on the importance of the sandwich from the mouths of great American chefs. Sisha Ortuzar, head chef at Tom Colicchio’s ‘wichcraft talks about the ability to turn anything into a sandwich, a portable form of a meal. Donald Link of Cochon Butcher Shop in New Orleans applies the same [...]

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Eating And Tweeting: How Twitter Is Boosting Restaurant Business

20. May 2009

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Eating And Tweeting: How Twitter Is Boosting Restaurant Business

Breaking news wire, place to catch up with your friends, celebrity tracker, whatever you might call it, Twitter’s user base and mainstream popularity is exploding. Some people have ragged on the microblogging service, questioning its longevity and overall usefulness due to an overload of mundane tweets about users’ lives. On the flip side, businesses are [...]

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Recipe: Day After Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich

18. May 2009

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Recipe: Day After Thanksgiving Turkey Sandwich

Though we’re half a year away from Thanksgiving, we have a lot to be thankful for: health, family, happiness, sandwiches.  And though there’s no football on TV, why wait till November to roast up a turkey, tell a loved one you appreciate them, and get blind drunk at your grandmother’s house? It doesn’t get much [...]

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Earth Day: Sustainable Sandwiches

22. April 2009

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Earth Day: Sustainable Sandwiches

In Pennsylvania/New Jersey, we are blessed with some of the finest agricultural resources on the Eastern seaboard.  From all natural dairies and livestock farms, to organic bakeries, farmers markets, restaurants, specialty shops, even local vegetable gardens, we enjoy a bounty of fresh, local, sustainable food options.  So the next time you buy or make a [...]

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