#FoodieChats: Best Sandwiches for Meat Lovers
We are always down to take the yummy train to chow town. You don’t have to tell us twice.
The Emerald Journal will be sittin’ down for #FoodieChats with talented local and out-of-town experts on the art of eating.
We sat with two local hospitality and culinary gurus, Catherine Vallin and Tatiana Cardenas, who discuss the art of the sandwich. It’s a simple item in an overcrowded world of lunch options, but if you know how to treat the sandwich right, the sandwich rewards you with a hearty, satisfied field trip for your taste buds. Here’s what these two experts recommend if you’re craving a Miami sandwich:
The Elvis Bloomberg - Moloko
Named after two famous fellas, this sandwich swings both ways: sweet and sour. It includes bacon, banana and peanut butter on whole wheat or cinnamon swirl bread, lightly pan fried in butter and served with a sriracha maple syrup sauce. Prrr.
Turkey Avocado - Whisk
This is an oldie but a goodie. Whisk’s Turkey Avocado Sandwich with tomato, lettuce, mayo and dijon mustard. Add sprouts if you’re feelin’ snazzy.
Hand-Cut Pastrami- Josh’s Deli
Josh knows what’s up with his pastrami. . . order this sandwich if you’re craving some! Served on rye with mustard, pickles and slaw.
Beef Cheek Burger - Tongue & Cheek
This Beef Cheek Slider separates the men from the boys. It’s basically heaven on a bun. Only a certain amount are made per day. This dream is comprised of beef cheek, cheddar pimento cheese, sweet onions and house-made brioche.
Have you tried any of these hand-crafted creations? Have another favorite sandwich you wanna share? Drop us some comment love below!