Anthony Bourdain is crazy! He proves that just because you’re not on The Food Network, doesn’t mean your show can’t have amazing food! What we’re looking at here is a smoked ham sandwich filled with a breaded pork cutlet, two strips of bacon, two fried eggs and coated with gruyere between a sliced brioche bun. (PicThx eatmedaily/TIWYF)
An extremely clean, unconventional torta pictured above. Some of the normal ingredients are in frame, everything from a large pile of juicy pork, lettuce, tomato, avocado and a long jalapeno pepper. Most peculiar in the sandwich seems to be the thick piece of white American cheese. This sandwich comes from a shop out in Philly called Taqueria La Veracruzana, and the reason I’m craving it, is simply for a possibly different torta experience than our plethora of Californian interpretations.
The title says it all. (PicThx cajunkate)
‘Spicing up store-bought barbecue sauce with a touch of cayenne and a splash of vinegar is an easy trick that makes a big difference. Here, pork burgers get a triple hit of flavor: The sauce gets mixed into the meat, slathered onto the cooked burgers for the last minute of grilling, and brushed on the bun. A cabbage slaw with a creamy dressing tops them off with just the right crunch’.
This homemade beast is called the “Porkgasm”, and rightfully so. It’s constructed with strips of bacon, bacon sausage, slices of ham, smoked pork sausage, roasted pork belly all engulfed in ground sausage fashioned into a pig, then wrapped in bacon and roasted. Red and green chilies were use to create ears and a tail. (Thx Porktopia)