There is little to make a sandwich wonderful other than fantastic bread, well thought out seasonings and spreads, and a filling that should be unsurpassed. When deciding a list of our favorites, it seemed a more daunting task than originally thought. So much more came to mind as the list was settled.
With all the heartache of selecting which can stand alone as the very best, we humbly submit in no particular order sandwiches that we enjoy. Tell us your favorites and we will run out today and sample one. Continue reading →
On the town this week hunting for the perfect bite we ran across more than a few. From First Chinese BBQ (always a favorite) to sushi at Shinsei with Elvis, this was a pretty awesome culinary week. Stay with us on this, you are going to love this week’s choices. Continue reading →
What sort of National Sandwich Day would it be without including a great grilled cheese? We are digging us a killer food truck in Dallas, Ruthie’s Rolling Cafe. Ruthie’s is a permanent fixture at Klyde Warren Park where hungry hoards get their fill of warm, gooey cheese sandwiches made to order and with great variety. Continue reading →
With slices of Angus beef, plus caramelized onions, mozzarella and zippy horseradish mayo piled onto a French roll this meaty, melty sandwich tastes decadent in or out of its accompanying au jus sauce. And while it really shouldn’t cost the $18 you’ll be charged, I think it’s worthy of being indulged in every once in awhile alongside Matchbox’s excellent fries and a pint or two of local suds from the bar. Continue reading →
Today is National Sandwich Day, and we will be exploring the breaded wonder all day. We begin with a chat with one of our favorite chefs, Anastacia Quinones (Chef AQ) who is currently running the kitchen at Oddfellows in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District.
Chef AQ was quick to answer our call as to which sandwich was her favorite to celebrate this auspicious day: Continue reading →
The Whistle Britches Sandwich at (you guessed it) Whistle Britches in Far North Dallas is what happens when a traditional fried chicken sandwich marries a sassy, southern style biscuit. Continue reading →