Saturday, June 27, 2009

Revisiting a classic

Its so hard to screw up a turkey sandwich... Its like the foundation or cornerstone of my sandwich pyramid. The possibilities and varieties are endless. I was thinking of having a sandwich booth one day were I would sell "turkey sandwiches from around the world."
All of them would be turkey and swiss with mayo. From latin america, tapatio would be the key ingredient; from asia, sriracha would be used and from north america frenchs yellow mustard. I like to switch between these on a daily basis.
My sammy for today had some of Phillipe's spicy mustard on it! Like I said before, this stuff will roundhouse your taste buds!


  1. Sounds great. That one place by CalArts... "wood stone grill" or something(?) Had a sandwhich on their menu, that was called "best sandwhich in the world" or something, so I got it and it was actually one of the worst sandwhiches I've had. Screw that wood-smoke stone house place although it does smell good from outside, I'll never go back.

  2. The Wood Ranch Bbque and grill perhaps... "Best sandwich in the world." Thats quite a title to boast if you aint cuttin the mustard! Furthermore, who is worthy of dubbing such esteem on this sandwich? Thats like saying "the best haircut in the world." Sounds like bull hockey...

  3. Easily one of the most entertaining and delicious sandwhich reviews I have ever read.


  4. I had some of that Phillipe's spicy mustard on my sandwich today and I'll tell ya folks - it's no joke.

  5. Thanks Cole, you are clearly a man of wealth and taste.

    Ock aint no fool. That shit will round house each and every one of your taste buds into submission.