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Lunch Box: Make-Ahead Salami Sub with White Bean Spread and "Kale-Slaw"

Suzanne Lehrer 1 comment

The key to a make-ahead sub is choosing toppings that won't wilt or dry out, and to choose a bread that won't quickly turn stale or soggy. This sandwich iteration of the classic beans 'n' greens pairing fits all the criteria, and takes less than 20 minutes to throw together. More

Make-Ahead Salami Sub with White Bean Spread and Kale-Slaw

Serious Eats Suzanne Lehrer 2 comments

The key to a make-ahead sub is choosing toppings that won't wilt or dry out, and to choose a bread that won't quickly turn stale or soggy. This sandwich iteration of the classic beans 'n' greens pairing fits all the criteria, and takes less than 20 minutes to throw together. More

Sandwiched: Spicy Salami Sandwich with Olive Tapenade and Goat Cheese

Sandwiched Marvin Gapultos 1 comment

Tapenade is often served as a dip or spread but also makes for a great replacement for mayonnaise and mustard in a sandwich. For this sandwich, the rich homemade tapenade is spread into an herby focaccia roll, followed by some spicy salami, peppery arugula, a roasted red bell pepper, and a sprinkling of crumbled goat cheese. More

Spicy Salami Sandwich with Olive Tapenade and Goat Cheese

Serious Eats Marvin Gapultos 2 comments

For this sandwich, a rich homemade tapenade is spread into an herby focaccia roll, then followed by some spicy salami, peppery arugula, a roasted red bell pepper, and a sprinkling of crumbled goat cheese. Although the ingredients in this sandwich are all very strongly flavored, each remains distinct with every bite. More

Grilling: Italian Party Panini

Grilling Joshua Bousel 4 comments

Impressive in size, scope, and taste, this overstuffed Italian party panini was seriously one of the greatest things to come off my grill recently. Layers of mortadella, Genoa salami, provolone, and hot capicola are topped with marinated veggies, pepperoncinis, roasted red peppers, and lettuce, then put over a medium-low fire and topped with bricks to compress it down into a warm panini. (Right?!?) More

A Sandwich a Day: Salame Sandwich from Acme Bread

A Sandwich a Day Carrie Vasios Mullins 1 comment

This sandwich from Acme Bread ($5.15) is simplicity at its best. A rustic sweet baguette is topped with thin slices of Fra Mani Toscano salame, cornichons, and sweet European butter. More

Artichoke and Salami Sandwiches

Serious Eats Nick Kindelsperger 1 comment

Cook the Book: Farro Pasta with Spicy Salami Tomato Sauce and Fresh Mint

Serious Eats Caroline Russock Post a comment

While bacon, pancetta, guanciale, and all sorts of sausage make their way into all sorts of pasta dishes, somehow salami is always left on the antipasto plate. And it's kind of a shame considering salami's incredible ability to add intensely porky flavors to a simple tomato sauce. This Farro Pasta with Spicy Salami Tomato Sauce and Fresh Mint from Melissa Clark's Cook This Now highlights salami's sauce-boosting qualities by rendering batons of spicy sopressata golden and crisp. More

The Spuckie from Cutty's

Serious Eats J. Kenji López-Alt 1 comment

A Sandwich a Day: Saucisson Sec at La Sandwicherie in Miami, FL

A Sandwich a Day Shell Tu 3 comments

Located in the back street of Washington Avenue on Miami Beach, this sandwich spot is acclaimed to be one of the best in Miami. The open-air bar setting with the simple, vibrant-colored decor gives off a casual mix of French and Miami feel. Saucisson Sec ($7.40) is the most popular on the menu and is filled with paper-thin salami and fresh brie cheese. More

Classic Muffaletta Sandwich

Serious Eats Blake Royer 8 comments

I like to think of the muffaletta as a distant relative of the Italian sub. They both layer on the various meats and cheese—ham, capicola, salami, mortadella, provolone—and rely on something piquant and lively to stand up to all that meat, whether that's hot peppers in an Italian or the famed olive spread of the muffaletta. More

A Look at Olympic Provisions, Oregon's First USDA-Approved Salumeria

Erin Zimmer 3 comments

The door separating the Olympic Provisions restaurant-deli from the chamber in the back says it all: MEAT DEPT. (In all caps, if you didn't catch that.) The meat-curing facility is Oregon's first USDA-approved salumeria, which means salumist Elias Cairo makes charcuterie with a USDA inspector watching him for a whole 40 hours a week—sticking flashlights into the grinders and swab-testing the walls, spices, and floors, to ensure a health code-happy process. More

Hot Salami Carrots

Serious Eats Andrea Lynn Post a comment

Dinner Tonight: Autostrada Sandwich

Serious Eats Blake Royer 3 comments

The Italians know how to do fast food. If ever you find yourself cruising down an Italian autostrada or stuck in an airport, rather than settling for a sub-par hamburger, chances are you can find a deli-style counter where you... More

Video: Salami Fighting Association

Erin Zimmer 9 comments

Do you ever look at nunchucks and think, man, those sure look like sausage links? You're on the same wavelength as the guys of Salami Fighting Association, where the mantra is "food does not only give life, it can also kill." Wearing hula-like skirts made of bacon strips, they combine Chuck Norris moves with meat products. The video, after the jump.... More

Salumeria Rosi Open (Sort Of)

New York Ed Levine 3 comments

Photograph by Eating in Translation Having walked past Cesare Casella's Salumeria Rosi many times in the last few weeks looking for signs of meaningful food activity, I can now happily report that it's open. Sort of. Casella is still... More

Amazing Charcuterie Floor

Adam Kuban 6 comments

Belgian artist Wim Delvoye has created a tile floor made from cold cuts—sort of. I'm going to let you soak in the sight above for a bit ... And then tell you that it's a trompe l'oeil salami floor. The mosaic is made up of C prints. Still pretty arresting, no? [via Yumsugars]... More

Johnny Depp in Sausage Form

Harold Check 2 comments

Photograph from Tavie on Flickr Thanks to this Jack Sparrow-themed salami stick, we now have so many new, uncomfortable ways to use the words "sausage" and "Johnny Depp" in the same sentence. For sale at Disneyland Tokyo, this product inspires jokes that probably aren't appropriate for the little ones there to see Mickey. [via Boing Boing]... More

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