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A Sandwich a Day: Tasso Ham at Plenty in Philadelphia

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[Photograph: Caroline Russock]

Newly opened Plenty in South Philly has loads of options for high end takeout. They've got a lovely case of house cured charcuterie and local cheeses, salads and soups ready to go, and some really great sandwiches. So far the Tasso Ham Panini ($9) is our favorite out of what we've sampled. A crisp Italian loaf is filled with super smoky Tasso ham, melty Gruyère, and a spicy Creole mayo and grilled on the panini press until compact, crackly, and ridged. Unlike other Tassos, this Philadelphia version is moist, peppery, and fatty enough to bring to mind a porkier pastrami.

Plenty

1710 E Passyunk Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19148 (map)
267-909-8033; plentyphilly.com

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