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AHT Giveaway: Case of Pat LaFrieda Burgers

Soggy buns! Then the entire thing just falls apart

Win Two Tickets to the Big Cheesy, March 23rd and 24th

I'm going to have to go with the Melt Shop---yum!

Win the Serious Eats Book Before You Can Buy It!

The most “bookworthy” sandwich I have ever eaten is the Braised Pork Sandwich at Barbuzzo in Philadelphia. A warm brioche bun, topped with a generous helping of braised pork, sharp provolone, pickled sweet peppers, and homemade mustard aioli make this a truly memorable sandwich. The pork is the juiciest and the most tender I have ever eaten, and the pickled peppers add a hint of sweetness that compliment the savory pork perfectly. The bottom bun is soft and sops up the sauce from the pork. The top bun is smeared with a generous layer of tangy homemade mustard. Simply, this sandwich is to die for.

When this sandwich is first put down in front of you, inhale. You will smell the mouthwatering pork, the sharp provolone, and the slight sweetness of the peppers. This smell will stay with you for a lifetime, haunting your dreams and making you regret every other sandwich you ever eat.

No moment in your life will ever be able to compare with the instant you bite into one of the Braised Pork Sandwiches for the first time. The flavors meld in your mouth and create the perfect marriage of sweet and savory. It is all you can do to not wolf down the sandwich.

Bake the Book: 'Miette: Recipes from San Francisco's Most Charming Pastry Shop'

I love all the bakeries in Chinatown. Mmmm Red bean buns are to die for.


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