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A Sandwich a Day: The Ariccia at Savenor's Market in Cambridge, MA

Sydney Oland 2 comments

All of Savenor's offerings from the sandwich counter sound delicious, but the Ariccia was the stand-out. A roll from Iggy's Bakery is filled with housemade porchetta and pickled fennel then drizzled with local honey, and is finally pressed. The result is porky and salty with a bit of crunch, acidity and sweetness. A really wonderful sandwich. More

A Sandwich a Day: The Porchetta Panini from Emporio

New York J. Kenji López-Alt Post a comment

We've been eating a lot of porchetta around the city recently—at Emporio, the rustic Italian bar and eatery a few blocks from Serious Eats World Headquarters, they come pretty close to the mark on all accounts. More

A Sandwich A Day: Porchetta Sandwich from Eataly

New York Carey Jones 9 comments

At the rotisserie counter at Eataly, you can get the porcini-rubbed prime rib in a sandwich, which we've written about before. But there's a pretty good porchetta sandwich, too. More

A Sandwich a Day: Porchetta at Meat & Bread in Vancouver

A Sandwich a Day Liz Clayton 2 comments

This deceptively tidy looking porchetta sandwich is on a just-right-chewy ciabatta. It looks like it's going to contain all its pork so politely but we all know it ends with more napkins than that. The overflow of pork chunks drizzled in mild salsa verde, just bright enough to cut the intensity of the fat, begins to spill forth rather quickly, a mix of fatty-gooey and liberally dosed super crispy-edge cracklin' bits. More

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