I love me some Lee's sandwiches, but Mendocino Farms Banh Mi may be the best sandwich in L.A. If you haven't had it go get it!
Oh dear. Drinky and Xan thinking alike.
Very funny work.
That would not exist without me.
As a kid I liked cheese and olive sandwhiches.
Oh look it stopped snowing...
Le Cafe in the Paris Hotel in Vegas... The ham, egg, and cheese sandwich. It's made open-faced on fresh (not even sure what kind, but it's orgasmic) bread. Cheese melted over the meat, with an over-easy egg on top. Best sandwich if my life. Life changing.
If you ever go to New Orleans and want the best sandwich experience you may ever have, take the trip to Domilise's and get the roast beef po'boy. The shrimp and oyster was good, but hot damn that roast beef sandwich was entirely something else. It haunts my dreams.
I reminisce every few weeks on a sandwich from last year. It’s called a crazy nut, which is a fat sandwich made with homemade coconut peanut butter and bananas on freshly baked white bun.
2 oz blended whiskey
Juice of 1/2 lemon
1/2 tsp powdered sugar
1/2 slice lemon
Shake blended whiskey, juice of lemon, and powdered sugar with ice and strain into a whiskey sour glass. Decorate with the half-slice of lemon, top with the cherry, and serve.
When I lived out in Vegas I worked right by a Jimmy Johns and damn I ate there almost every day. Have yet to find on in So Cal though. I can honestly eat a sandwich for every meal and be really happy. I do love roast beef and pastrami. When I was a kid my sandwich of choice was peanut butter banana and honey.
Think about the breads
Does anybody else have my weird habit of sandwiching all of your food? Meaning like, if I order breakfast and I get a waffle, two eggs, some sausage, and toast, I can't just eat part of each thing. I have to cut out small segments of each of the four items and somehow find a way to either spear them all onto a fork or balance them or pile them onto the toast in a corner that I can still bite off in one swoop.
all of you people are insufferably boring and reading about your sandwich stories so fucking often on this message board is absolutely abysmal.
you are soooooooo good lookin
At least someone is taking the time to read the golden literature we put out on the internet
LGM, you eat like a German.
We've covered the importance of mustard on a sandwich but don't forget the sriracha.
...and obviously adding potato chips in your sandwich
I had a pannini with roast beef and cheese and red peppers that was delicious.