Discussion in 'Wackbag's Mean Cusine' started by BIV, Mar 1, 2013.
Taylor's Pork Roll rules.
On a round roll with melted American Cheese.
And mustard. A nice spacey mustard.
Mustard? Not a chance in hell with that one. Ketchup all the way.
(I wont start the pork roll/Taylor Ham debate again)
What is with you people and that nasty red shit?
Ewww. You should move to Washington with Biv.
Now you make a liar out of me.
Yup, ketchup belongs on fries and burgers, not pork roll or hot dogs.
It is delicious? Is that enough? At least its not slathering mayo on everything. Just sayin'.
If I wanted every sandwich to come with a side of sadness I would make the move. Actually, that doesnt sound so ban. Maybe I can recruit LiddyRules to be a roomie.
Actually, I'm thinkin' mustard would be good on this.
That list is orgasmic.
Yeah, I saw that damn you!
My mustard aversion is limited to steak and pastrami.
Crazy talk. Lots of crazy talk. Norf Jersey is seriously underrepresented on the bag these days. Mustard. Insanity.
I'll have to agree there.
A good steak needs nothing and neither does a good pastrami.
And this is where the lovefest ends. That shit would be too dry, gotta have mayo.
Guess Biv's weight
I'm guessing 3 Bills
Whenever I see Pat's listed on one of these lists instead of one of the other (better) cheesesteak purveyors in Philly, I become suspect.
Tony Luke's, Jim's, and Geno's all rate better in my book. I think even Steve's is better.
At least they mention they only picked Pat's because they are the "original" cheesesteak joint.
Ketchup is completely reasonable on hot dogs, especially in addition to mustard.
Not to brag, but I make decent sandwiches. I just can never get them to sit right because I overwhelm them with many types of deliciousness. And, as I always say, the key to a good sandwich is good vegetables. (Unless it's a sandwich that doesn't require vegetables like a Reuben.) The meat will take care of itself. I'm fond of mustards.
Unfortunately, the only roommate I'd consider is a lady. Or a guy I could possibly fool around with.
Fuck Cheese Whiz. If you're going to punish yourself by getting one at Pat's, at least get provolone.
No. But mustard is completely reasonable on hamburgers, ONLY in addition to ketchup.
1. Are we alone in having Dutch Crunch bread in California?
2. I hate Dutch Crunch bread. It's like eating particle board.
I love that stuff.
With mayo and tomatoes (because they're watery) the contrast between wet and dry is great.