Saturday, April 18, 2009

Main Street Muffuletta - Savona

Sandwich Contents - Flat loaf bread with olive spread, roasted red peppers, marinated artichoke hearts, lettuce, tomato, and sliced onion.

Kate's Review – Italian sandwiches are always scrumptious to me and this one stood up to the test. Per the magazines recommendation we ordered it warm. The combination of the fresh mozzarella and olive tapenade helped to keep the other ingredients together all though the hard crust of the Ciabatta made it difficult to keep in with each bite. As a bonus they had a wine tasting at the store so we got to wash it down with Reisling.

Nicole's Review - This sandwich was good but very messy. It had lots of ingredients that squeezed out every time you took a bite. In the past the muffulettas I have had have always been stuffed into muffuletta bread so you don’t have things falling out the back and the side. I would have preferred this sandwich to be like that. I also would have liked the artichokes to be cut up a little smaller so I didn’t just get mouthfuls of artichoke.

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