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Showing posts from March, 2012

Celebrating my cultural heritage through boiled meat

That's what I would do if I were in New York this weekend, by eating a corned beef and cabbage panini from 'Wichcraft . Serious Eats makes it look pretty delicious on their A Sandwich a Day column , saying it's basically an Irish Reuben. I like the sound of that. Failing a trip to 'Wichcraft, I'd still like to eat something Irishy tonight. Can anyone think of an appetizing sandwich that's either green or prominently features potatoes (or both)? Because I can't. Maybe I'll just get Chick-fil-A instead. In any case, in honor of St. Patrick's Day, here are two Irish things of note: Above: Corned beef and cabbage in non-sandwich form from a Dublin "tapas bar." Below: A hilarious episode of the How Did This Get Made podcast featuring Kumail Nanjiani.

Conan's Ultimate Sandwich Recipe

You'd better believe Coco knows his sandies. Mexican cheese? Yes. Gravy? Yes. Fiber? Why not? Behold "The Conan."