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    We used to have 'chip Barms' - which was hot chips, butter, soft floury bap/barm, butter.

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    Chime in, GXP!

    https://www.seriouseats.com/starch-madness-2024-8576506

    Pork Sando vs. Macau Porkchop Sandwich is gonna' cause me to lose sleep.


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    interesting to see so many HK style sandwiches (french toast, spam and egg, etc) on the bracket this year. As a former beat writer for Serious Eats, I actually submitted a few ideas to write about after moving to HK but I found the food here to be so uninspired I never got around to actually writing about anything.

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    There's a place next to Wan Chai market that does very tasty pork chop buns for 25 hkd.


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    Region 4 of STARCH MADNESS . . . .

    Patty Melt vs. Pastrami on Rye is a tough one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by tf19:
    interesting to see so many HK style sandwiches (french toast, spam and egg, etc) on the bracket this year. As a former beat writer for Serious Eats, I actually submitted a few ideas to write about after moving to HK but I found the food here to be so uninspired I never got around to actually writing about anything.
    I always liked the "assemble your own noodle bowl" stalls. Would describe it as Asian Noodle Chipotle setup for an American.

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    Wanted to chime in on another Asian toast I've really been enjoying lately - the Korean gilgeori toast. Has anyone heard or tried it? It's basically an egg and vegetable patty with ham and cheese stuffed between buttered toast. Sounds simple but the flavors were unbelievable. When I visited Seoul, my guide took me to a street stall and it quickly became one of my favorite breakfast discoveries.If you're looking to mix things up from your usual sandwich, you should give this Korean classic a try. Here's a good recipe if you want to give it a go: https://www.beyondkimchee.com/korean-street-toast/.Thanks again to my guide https://gowithguide.com/korea for introducing me to so many great parts of Korean cuisine!

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    Tacos are sandwiches...


    Bobay wrote: "The proposed Famous Taco restaurant would serve made-to-order tacos, burritos and other Mexican-style food, and would not have outdoor seating, drive through service or serve alcohol. The Court agrees with Quintana that tacos and burritos are Mexican style sandwiches, and the original Written Commitment does not restrict potential restaurants to only American cuisine-style sandwiches."

    Bobay said the original agreement would also apply to made-to-order restaurants offering Greek gyros, Indian naan wraps or Vietnamese Banh mi
    https://www.upi.com/Odd_News/2024/05...1051715789956/
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    Glad the NYT is covering serious issues...


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