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A friend of mine sent me a story the other day, ranking the top 20 sandwiches across the world.
This one was not included.
It' starts with several types of Italian lunchmeats, combined with swiss cheese and gently heated until the cheese has melted.
Those are then placed on two toasted pieces of Italian bread, then topped with thin slices of tomato, a few slices of fresh jalapeno, then mounds of freshly made cole slaw. The plate is then completed with a few handfuls of barbecue kettle chips.
To me, it's what every sandwich should have: the saltiness of the Italian meats, the creaminess of the slaw, a little heat and crunch from the jalapeno, and the savory taste of the tomato.
I won't say it deserves to be in the top 5 of this list I just read. But it's at least a top 10.
Maybe one day when I open my own deli, you'll see :)