Grilled green chile and cheese on dark rye.
Shel T wrote:Reading this thread just reminded me of one of the great sandwiches available for takeout, the muffuletta sandwich from Central Grocery on Decatur Street in the French Quarter. Last time there, my wife and I bought a couple of them to eat on the plane back to L.A. and when the aroma started permeating the plane interior, for a time there, we thought we were gonna be attacked by the other passengers for them!
Stuart Yaniger wrote:I could go with that.
Bill Spohn wrote:Is that any different from the non-sectarian rye?
Daniel Rogov wrote:Bill Spohn wrote:Is that any different from the non-sectarian rye?
The amusing thing is that it is actually different and that because the style of bread that came to be known as "Jewish rye" is made using a sour rye starter.
Daniel Rogov wrote:You people had better take care. We're getting dangerously close to two of my other favorites - peanut butter and bacon and peanut butter and banana, ideally on "Jewish rye bread".
Christmas is coming. Love peanut butter for Christmas!
In 1998, The Wall Street Journal published an article named All Shook Up in the Holy Land exposing Elvis Presley’s Jewish roots. Elvis’ maternal great-great grandmother, Nancy Burdine, was a Jew. Her daughter gave birth to Doll Mansell who gave birth to Gladys Smith who gave birth to Elvis Aaron. According to rabbinic law, which confers Jewish lineage by way of the mother, that makes Elvis Presley Jewish.
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