i want a tomato/moz sandwich on superbly crusty bread!
- rabidog Aug 23, 2006 03:23 PM
where can i get this sandwich? i mean, it's got to be something so good you'll drive 20 miles for (and i will).
currently as i type i am sitting at my desk in wayne, and i'd love to grab one for lunch. but i can always get one for dinner on my drive home to northern liberties. or go totally out of the way this weekend on my drive to DC. you just tell me where to go!
Bride of the Juggler has it down. I can only add my few extra cents and say that I seed my tomatoes, toss them in Claudio's balsamic and olive oil with a chopped up hot pepper, minced garlic, chopped onion, parmesean cheese and basil until it's a tomato salad. Drizzle a bit of oil on the Sarcone's loaf after I took out some extra bread from the inside of the loaf. Wrap it in aluminum foil and throw it on the grill until the mozz is almost melted, then spoon in the tomato mixture and mangia!! Just made one this past weekend with tomatoes from my grandfather's garden and it was a huge hit. Claudio's EVOO and Balsamic are very good too, as is there mozz of course. You can make a 2ft. hoagie for about $8-9 that will rival any shop.
PS. Sarcones sells out usually by noon so go early.
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Just go to Campo's on Market between 2nd and 3rd and get the seeded roll. Tell them what you want and you're good to go.