Montreal-style Smoked Meat
Papalo, a leafy herb, has a distinctive flavor that I've heard compared to mint, cilantro, and laundry detergent. There's no good substitute. Mexican expats have been known to smuggle mass amounts of papalo seeds through American customs to be able to grow it (and eat it) at home in the States. Nowadays you can find papalo at many Mexican grocery stores.
The ingredients: roast pork, ham, Swiss cheese, sliced pickles and mustard on crusty Cuban bread, all toasted in a sandwich press called a plancha. Traditionalists frown upon versions that include ingredients like salami, mayonnaise, lettuce, and tomato.
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