CUBANO(CUBAN SANDWICH) KICK’N IT KOSHER STYLE IS OFF THE HOOK!!!! THE FLAVOR OF THE BEEF, PASTRAMI, MARINADE, PICKLES, SWISS CHEESE, MUSTARD AND BUTTER ON TOASTED BREAD JUST COMPLIMENTS EACH OTHER!
The history and start of this famous sandwich has been debated for decades on where it officially originated, Cuba or Florida United States. One fact remains as truth, and that is that it is a popular food item throughout most of Florida and has followed Cuban migrants to where ever they go in all 50 states and becomes a well known and popular sandwich to the locals as well.
Consisting of two types of cuts of meat from pork, a mojo marinated roasted pork and a deli style sliced ham along with a Cuban Roll, Swiss Cheese, Dill Pickle Slices and Mustard with lots of butter makes up this Cuban version of an American Ham Sandwich that was a classic staple for the working Cuban Immigrants who fled Cuba and persecution from Fidel Castro’s Communist Regime.
As most great foods that are created out of necessity due to strife, conflict and war the Cubano has found a foothold and has become a symbol for freedom in the culinary sense to a people who was coming into their own renaissance of truth of their Sephardic Jewish Heritage when it was quickly snatched away from them by communist oppression in which all beef livestock was seized and controlled by Castro for sale outside of Cuba and only pork being allowed as the main meat source, it is no wonder why the Cubans find the Cubano as a comfort food and link to a home that they may never see again.
Host – Dael McCoyle
Cuban Roll or other such as French or Italian Bread
Mojo marinated roasted beef
Pastrami, Corned Beef or other deli style sliced beef
Kosher Dill Pickles sliced thin
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