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desperately seeking brussel sprout sandwich

carlybarley Oct 30, 2008 11:12 AM

i was riding the B63 a couple weeks ago, when the bus was filled with the unrecognizable scent of brussel sprouts. i looked up from my book and noticed the man across from me was eating a brussel sprout sandwich/sub. it looked and smelled wonderful and i deeply regret not asking this man where i, too, might find a brussel sprout sandwich. does anybody know?

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    bklyndoc Oct 30, 2008 02:38 PM

    This might sound outrageous but maybe it was homemade.

    1. chompchomp Oct 31, 2008 07:20 AM

      Never heard of it, but am curious. What else was on it, besides the sprouts?

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      1. re: chompchomp
        Budino Nov 7, 2008 11:32 AM

        I once had a brussels sprouts sandwich from the deli on the corner of Clinton and Verandah (Verandah deli?) that was run by a French guy and is no longer there. It happened because I'd gone in for my usual sandwich of goat cheese and roasted assorted veggies, but he was out. he suggested the sprouts and some gruyere and I've been hooked since then.

        I make them myself now (haven't seen this combo elsewhere) and usually do: smoked turkey, honeycup brand honey mustard, and roasted sprouts. It's fantastic.

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        mrf326 Mar 21, 2011 05:21 PM

        Brussels Sprouts Reuben from No. 7 Sub?

        ( try it @ no7sub.com )

        No. 7
        7 Greene Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238

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        1. re: mrf326
          johnk Mar 22, 2011 04:44 AM

          Interesting. When I make pernil ( pork shoulder dominican/P.R. style) I serve a B.S. side dish.
          Thick cut pancetta cut into small dice, roughly cut garlic & red onion sauteed in good olive oil.
          Steam the B.S. (cut in half) with a little cumin in the water for 3-4 minutes.
          Finish off in the saute pan.

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          xtrasharp1 Mar 22, 2011 06:20 AM

          Not a sandwich but had brussel sprout bruschetta at the vegetarian restaurant at Eataly. It was practically a sandwich though as it was served on 2 hunks of bread. Not something I would normally get but it looked really good. Glad I tried it. Was a special on the day I went.

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