A Sandwich a Day: The Italiano from Caffè in Boulder, CO
Fun Fact: the co-owners of Caffè in Boulder, Colorado used to work at the French Laundry before moving to Colorado and opening their first restaurant, Frasca.
The Italiano ($8.50) at Caffè is a hot sandwich with prosciutto, salami, mortadella and provolone. House-made pickled vegetables add a nice acidity that balances the richness of the meats. The bread is a variation of pizza dough and is baked at a sister restaurant which happens to be a pizzeria.
Sandwiches are served with small bags of potato chips that are custom-bagged for the restaurant, and a pickle spear is an extra 30 cents.
About the author: Donna Currie has been cooking for fun and writing for pay since the days when typewritten articles traveled by snail mail. When she combined those talents in a food column for a newspaper in her area, she realized that writing about food is almost as much fun as eating. You can find her on her blog, Cookistry or follow her on Twitter at @dbcurrie or @cookistry.