New Orleans Sandwiches–po-boy, muff, and loaf

Some of my favorite New Orleans sandwiches from Central Grocery, Casamento’s, and Parkway Bakery and Tavern.

Parkway Bakery and Tavern Shrimp and Erster po-boy, dressed

Parkway Bakery and Tavern Shrimp and Erster po-boy, dressed

 

po-boy aftermath...a few sweet potato fries survived

po-boy aftermath…a few sweet potato fries survived

 

Central Grocery Muffuletta with their addictive olive salad

Central Grocery Muffuletta with their perfect olive salad

 

Mike, 5-time oyster shucking champion and oyster pusher at Uglesich's, now at Casamento's

Mike, 5-time oyster shucking champion and former oyster pusher at Uglesich’s, now at Casamento’s

 

Casamento's Oyster Loaf

Casamento’s Oyster Loaf

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  1. April 25, 2012 9:08 am by Donna Florio Reply

    I just finished granola & yogurt–these look like a serious improvement on that! Making me so hungry. I do love fried things. And salty layers of meat, cheese, and olive salad. You and I made some pretty good muffs, as I recall.

  2. April 25, 2012 9:47 am by Juliet Reply

    Central Grocery is a required stop before guests arrive at my home in New Orleans. We love serving the muffulettas toasted in the oven with the cheese melted! At other times we pick up a jar of their olive salad and serve a delicious muffuletta pasta salad.

  3. April 25, 2012 9:53 am by kim Reply

    Donna, we did make some good muffs, thanks to good olive salad from Central Grocery.
    JULIET, anyone would be lucky to be invited to your house, much less a stop at Central Grocery along the way!

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