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Recipe: Panzanella Sandwich, AKA Poor Man’s (or Rich Man’s) Panzanella

Panzanella is a summery Italian salad that features chunks of rustic bread tossed with vegetables and doused in vinaigrette. And guess what? You can get pretty much the same product with a few hacks to your favorite sub to make … Continue reading

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Sad about sub sandwiches

Our local Tour De Italian Deli 2.0 happened the other day, and I will refer you to the excellent and very detailed write up on the Fussy Little Blog with analysis of the sub sandwiches we tried. But here’s what that … Continue reading

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Another submarine sandwich post?

After my whining the other day I thought it would be a good idea to show the best local submarine sandwich I’ve found, the domestic (to save a dollar) prosciutto with sharp provolone from Roma Imports in Saratoga Springs, NY. … Continue reading

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What makes a great sub sandwich?

The other day I had one of the best submarine sandwiches of my life at a local place. It was so good, I went back for the same thing two days later. The second sub (pictured above) was thoroughly mediocre. … Continue reading

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A paean to Pastene Crushed Peppers

After all my whining about the bad food and low expectations in upstate New York, here’s one thing I definitely like: Pastene Crushed Peppers. These guys (or an equivalent brand, but Pastene seems to be the standard) are always at … Continue reading

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