Tag Archive | "Po’ Boy"

Sandwich Bites: Supper Bowl Dogs, RTM Po’ Boys, Mile End Opens, Bread Gloves

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

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• Meal Ticket video maven (and Unbreaded foodie crush) Felicia D. visits Supper to take a look at Mitch Prensky’s DIY bacon wrapped hot dog kit, the perfect Super Bowl snack. [Meal Ticket] • Favorite under $10 food blog Midtown Lunch has opened up shop in Philadelphia and bites into the po’ boys at Beck’s [...]

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All Points Po’ Boy

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

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All Points Po’ Boy

The po’ boy is the quintessential New Orleans sandwich. The crusty French bread, and toppings varying from breaded shrimp, and soft-shell crab, to roast beef au jus, help to tell a story of the sandwich makers behind the counter. In ten days, The New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival will bring together 40 restaurants to share [...]

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Playboy’s A-List: America’s Best Sandwiches

Friday, June 26, 2009

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Playboy’s A-List: America’s Best Sandwiches

A rundown of America’s greatest sandwiches reminds us that we read Playboy for the articles, of course.  Their A-List identifies some of this country’s most iconic sandwiches, including the lobster roll, the pastrami sandwich, the cheesesteak, the Cuban, the banh mi and the Italian beef.  And while the debate can begin as to which shop [...]

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Lunch At Alison Two: What I Did On My Summer Staycation

Thursday, June 4, 2009

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Lunch At Alison Two: What I Did On My Summer Staycation

This year everybody is a little gun shy about taking that big summer vacation.  Mooching at the shore is at an all-time high.   So while you’re taking your use-it-or-lose-it vacation time at home, don’t do stuff around the house – treat yourself to a really good sandwich instead.  Lunch at Alison Two in Ft. Washington [...]

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The United States Of Sandwiches (Part 1)

Thursday, May 14, 2009

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The United States Of Sandwiches (Part 1)

This isn’t the first time I’ve poured out my sandwich love or written about my theory that they are this country’s first fusion food. You can read some of this previously published material in Esquire and Travel + Leisure. When I am working on a story for Travel + Leisure, it’s my job to hit [...]

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

Tuesday, February 24, 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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