How do you keep a Dagwood from toppling over? What makes a Po Boy so crispy and crunchy? And who was the genius that invented the Fluffernutter? Discover these answers and more in "The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches" a chunky little cookbook dedicated to everything between sliced bread.
Author Susan Russo has searched the globe to catalog every sandwich imaginable, providing tried-and-true recipes, tips and tricks, and fascinating regional and historical trivia about the best snack of all time. Quick how-to instructions will ensure that every Panini is toasted to buttery perfection, every Sloppy Joe is deliciously sloppy, and every Dagwood is stacked to perfection "The Encyclopedia of Sandwiches" is essential reading for sandwich connoisseurs everywhere.
About the Author
Author SUSAN RUSSO writes forNPR s Kitchen Window and posts stories, recipes, and photos on her popularfood blog, Food Blogga (which is RhodeIsland-ese for food blogger ). She is the
coauthor of "Recipes Every Man Should""Know "(Quirk, 2010). She resides in SanDiego. And she is forever indebted to herItalian mother for teaching her how tomake a good meatball sub.
Photographer MATT ARMENDARIZ is a man obsessed withfood, drink, and everything in between, as evidenced by his food blog, Matt Bites, and his cookbook dedicated to fair food, party food, andall food served "On a Stick! "He resides in Los Angeles. Let the recordshow that Matt is a true sandwich champion for trying every singlesandwich in this book at least once and some more times than he dcare to admit."