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Augie6 May 12, 2011 11:32 AM

Hello Everyone,

I go to eat one of my favorite sandwiches at one of my local establisments outside the Pittsbrugh region. Its a veal sandwich with banna pepper and spicy red sauce... It is amazing, espeically when the pepers come hot. This always makes me think of a great thai stir fry i once had in SC that was spicy, yet amazing.

What are some great Spicy dishes in the Pittsburgh area, any type is fine by me.

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    Panini Guy May 13, 2011 08:54 AM

    I'm sure there are other places that do this, but at Apizza Badamo, Anthony grows and pickles his own hot and very flavorful cherry peppers. Definitely worth the $0.50 upcharge on any of his sandwiches, especially the eggplant (he's one of very few who serves unbreaded, unpeeled eggplant).

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      Burghfeeder May 13, 2011 03:39 AM

      I love spicy food also. Two that come to mind are the chorizo sandwich at the Franklin Inn, in Franklin Park. It's a great lunch special and comes with peppers and onions on a hoagie roll. Another that I like is at Gab 'n Eat, my favorite diner. It is a hot sausage with egg, cheese, peppers & onions on italian toast. Neither of these places are "fine dining" options, just good food.

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