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A Sandwich a Day: Schnitzel Sandwich at Olga's Deli

Chicago Nick Kindelsperger 7 comments

The schnitzel sandwich ($5.00) from Olga's Deli is one of the most ridiculous sandwiches I've ever come across. Featuring five fried layers of meat and measuring approximately six inches tall, this would intimidate even certain gluttonous TV hosts. More

Vendy Finalist: Schnitzel and Things

New York Erin Zimmer 9 comments

The 2010 Vendy Awards, a celebration of New York street food, will be held on September 25 at Governors Island. All proceeds will benefit the Street Vendor Project, an arm of the Urban Justice Center, advocating for the interests of... More

Zach Brooks on the Deadliness (and Deliciousness) of the Schnitzel Burger

A Hamburger Today Robyn Lee Post a comment

[Photograph: Robyn Lee] Zach Brooks of New York City-based Midtown Lunch finally tries the Schnitzel Burger from the Schnitzel Truck and likes it. A lot. But he doesn't glorify the deliciousness without also expounding upon the deadliness of this grease-laden... More

Schnitzel Burger from Schnitzel and Things Truck

A Hamburger Today Erin Zimmer 16 comments

"Deep-fried burgers are nothing new...but schnitz burger just has a certain ring to it, no?" [Photographs: Robyn Lee] The "Schnitz Burger" (the street name for the schnitzel burger) includes: a half-pound Angus beef patty, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and ginger-scallion-garlic relish... More

Schnitzel and Things

New York Erin Zimmer 6 comments

Schnitzel is probably as fun to say as it is to eat. And how often do you really get a schnitzel-eating opportunity? [Twitter update: they are shooting to be in Union Square by noon today.] Oleg Voss and his... More

Dinner Tonight: Pork Schnitzel

Blake Royer 15 comments

I always assumed Wiener Schnitzel was from Germany, but the claim goes that it's really Austrian in origin—and that it's not served with a sauce at all, but simply with a wedge of lemon. It's also traditionally made with veal, and in fact must be made from veal if it's to be called Wiener Schnitzel in an Austrian restaurant. Then again, Wikipedia also tells a story of possible schnitzel roots in northern Italy, so who really knows? Whatever the authenticity-mongers say, this recipe made from pork with a sour cream sauce is delicious, adapted from Elise Bauer's wonderful blog Simply Recipes. It also eschews the deep-fry method often used for a pan-frying, though plenty of oil is still necessary... More

Another New Street Cart Launching Soon: Schnitzel & Things

New York Erin Zimmer 3 comments

schnitzelandthings.com "I know this whole truck thing is becoming quite big, but we've been thinking about doing this for a while now," Oleg Voss, a former Vienna-based investment banker said. His new venture Schnitzel & Things—he's keeping his options... More

Toaster Schnitzel

Alaina Browne 2 comments

German firm Toennies has created a frozen version of schnitzel, made of pork coated in breadcrumbs, that can be cooked in a pop-up toaster in three minutes.... More

Chicken-Fried Steak

Lia Bulaong 1 comment

Texan Independence Day was a few days ago and Homesick Texan celebrated it by writing about her home state's unofficial dish: While many foods hold sway over my heart, none (except for my beloved refried beans) reigns supreme more than chicken-fried steak, which is neither chicken nor steak (at least in the dry-aged, marbled-slab of prime beef sense of the word). This Texan delicacy is a cutlet of tenderized top-round beef, battered and fried in a skillet (much like fried chicken, hence the name), and served with cream gravy. In other parts of the country, you may see it labeled country fried steak, but a Texan would never call it that—it's always chicken fried to us.... More

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