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A Super Legit Ybor-Style Cuban Sandwich… OMG

Classic Ybor-style Cuban Sandwich

I spent about 8 years of my childhood in the Tampa Bay area, which… if you didn’t know, is pretty much The Cuban Sandwich capital of the world. I can tell you that this deliciously pressed pocket of awesomeness and I have some history and we go way back. Like way way back before I really even knew what it meant to have an awesome sandwich. It’s everything you’ve ever watned – salty, rich, crispy, meaty, and tangy! Umm brb I think I need to go get another bite. Ok, back.  And to be totally honest, you don’t have to go to Tampa, Miami or Cuba to find the perfect Cuban sandwich. With this simple and easy recipe, you can make it right at home! Continue reading

Easy Pickled Red Onions

easy pickled red onionsEven though red onions are among the mildest of onions, they sometimes can be too strong, spicy, or overbearing to eat in large doses… And ain’t nobody want dat stinky onion breath! Sure, you’re probably familiar with putting a few thin slices on your sandwiches but these quick pickled red onions are a simple sandwich secret that will forever change your mind about this sometimes breath-wrecking vegetable. Continue reading

Easy Pickled Radish

pickled radishIf you’ve never had pickled radishes, you should definitely give this recipe a try. They’re sweet, crunchy, a little bit spicy and perfectly salty. They can live in your fridge for a few weeks if you keep them in an airtight jar and they can be spiced up by adding red pepper flakes, mustard seeds, or even dill. What you do with them – well that’s up to you! Continue reading