If you have the privilege of eating in a particular restaurant many times over the years, you may eventually develop a sandwich that can be made especially for you. Such is the case with Mimi Sheraton.
Like Rip Van Winkle napping in the Catskill Mountains, the RPG wakes up every so often and notices how much the sandwich world has changed. When he fell asleep in the 60s, people were still eating ham
What happens if you build a grilled cheese sandwich out of two eggs-in-a-hole? Gooey, explosively messy deliciousness. Egg-in-a-hole has long been one of our favorite breakfasts: Cut a hole out of a slice
These days, everyone knows about Italian panini, simple sandwiches made with an oblong roll and a slab of porchetta or slice of pecorino and not much else. They are tasty in their elemental simplicity