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      03-17-2013, 07:07 PM   #45
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katz's pastrami or corned beef are the best sandwiches in my book (never been to carnegies). god damn those were good!

primanti looks like a winner too, haven't had the pleasure yet.

around here, in-n-out is an icon but i'm giving the nod to the hat. their chili (and everything you can put it on) is excellent.
Oh man the corned beef is bomb too.. I usually get the pastrami and corned beef combo... Carnegies sandwiches are about twice the size of katz.
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carnegies "woody allen" corned beef and pastrami sandwich


katz pastrami sandwich


One thing to note is that the hardcore food lovers note that there's a difference in taste from machine sliced meat and hand sliced meat. Carnegies meats are machine sliced (thinner) and Katz is hand sliced (thicker, and supposedly has more flavor).
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I grew up on Primantis sandwiches... Amazing. I am headed back to Pittsburgh for My Bachelor party in August... Can't wait for late night at Primantis...
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I grew up on Primantis sandwiches... Amazing. I am headed back to Pittsburgh for My Bachelor party in August... Can't wait for late night at Primantis...
I went to one of my best friends' bachelor party and then wedding in Pittsburgh. I got Primanti's both times. It's really not as good sober as it is drunk.
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I went to one of my best friends' bachelor party and then wedding in Pittsburgh. I got Primanti's both times. It's really not as good sober as it is drunk.
Truth!!! I don't know if I have ever had it sober though...
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Where is the best sandwhich?
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Where is the best sandwhich?
Your sister's kitchen
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here is the sandwich you can not beat it has it all, you salad and side all in one.



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Primanti_Brothers

This is the only place you will go during the day and it is not crowed, if you show up after Midnight the place is packed. They use to cater to the working class rail works and truck drive who pick their stuff up in the middle of the night to deliver them to the stores in the morning. Today you will find the Yuppy drunk crowds trying to sober up before going home.

www.primantibros.com/
Worked with a client in Pittsburgh 20 years ago and made a trip to Primanti Bros. I have to concur their "all in one" sandwich is great tasting, but it's a mess to eat, so much so that it almost defeats the point of the thing being a sandwich.

There's no question of the sandwich's blue-collar origins. Outside of a visit to the dentist, it's just not polite to open one's mouth that wide in the company of others. LOL

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these sandwiches are overkill.

it's disgusting, and stupid.
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Trevor, if you've never had Katz's pastrami, then you cannot comment. If you have, you own pennance to the beef gods...
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Where is the best sandwhich?
Most probably in some random kitchen in a sleepy neighborhood somewhere. Many are the sandwiches I've "invented" out of convenience and hunger.

There are quite a few "mash up" sandwiches that I've made over the years. I loved all of them, but unfortunately they were all "one time" creations of convenience, so I can't really call them "official" sandwiches and I have no idea when/if I'll ever eat another one. Here are a few examples.
  • Leftover hamburger, caramelized onions, baked beans and coleslaw on raisin bread with Italian salad dressing and Dijon mustard.
  • Fried egg, onions and crab meat on rosemary bread.
  • Deviled eggs mixed with a bit of Miracle Whip and used as the spread on an otherwise conventional cheeseburger.
  • Barbecued or vinegared pork and apple-pie-apples with cheese, usually brie or St. Andre, and using the slightly charred barbecue sauce as a spread on whatever bread is around -- This one I've more or less had in one way or another on multiple occasions as there's nearly always leftovers of these items after a summer cookout.
I'm definitely one of those people who, as goes food, is convinced that if one likes Prepared Food Item A and Prepared Food Item B, a dish/soup or sandwich comprised of both A and B will taste great.


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Here's my surprise... Todd's in Oakhurst, CA was so good, that even though it's been 6 years, a friend and I still talk about it to this day... But seeing a bunch of recent negative Yelp reviews, I'm not so sure anymore.
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I vote for Katz Corned Beef as well!

We're not so big on sandwiches (see what I did there) like that down here but we did go to Katz when we were in NYC last year, I think I'm still trying to digest it

Love the pickles too.
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