Tag Archives: Deli

Sandwiches are Serious Business

The “creator of the sandwich” is said to have requested his meal of sliced meat to simply be tucked between two pieces of bread, so as not to render his playing cards greasy while he played cribbage. Whether or not it is true, John Montagu, the fourth Earl of Sandwich, had his dining priorities in line with us, almost four ...

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Incredible Breads and Bread-Alternatives to Outfit Your Sandwich

So, we’ve done our research and found some incredible breads (and bread-alternatives) to outfit your sandwich. Try some of these unique “bread” styles: Aubergine Slices Tomato Slices Large Portobello Mushroom Tops Lettuce Wraps Skewers Apple Slices Pan-fried Tofu Potato Slices(cooked) “Shot Glass” (all the sandwich elements stacked in miniature glasses) Hollowed-out Cucumbers (cut long-ways) Red Pepper(cut and flattened out) Cold-cut ...

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Pickles Get Popular Again

Keep the crunch. Add the flavor. Pickles are a simple way to preserve and re-purpose our favorite seasonal food items, and they’re back. Pickles are popular with everybody. Gourmet chefs are setting the trend to reinvent the colors, sizes, shapes and flavors of this age-old delicatessen favorite. Thanks to them, pickles are popping up in everything from sandwiches to soufflés, ...

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3 Questions Before You Expand Your Sandwich Menu

No matter how you slice it, the sandwich is probably the most important staple meal today. Its elevation and evolution in restaurants across the country are a direct metaphor for the changes in our eating habits and the very reason we go out to eat in the first place. Casual, flavorful, simple and easy. Next time you analyze your menu, ...

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