Slate’s Gastro Lab — a part test kitchen, part mad scientist lab — recently produced a few culinary abominations involving Pop-Tarts, including a Pop-Tarts BLT.
While steeped in tradition and adhering to a certain code, a Sangweech becomes something more — and it holds a special place for those who reside within the Sangweech region (New Jersey, NYC, Long Island).
We briefly touched on this subject after a trip to Fiore’s in Hoboken, NJ — but it has been long overdue for a more thorough investigation. Foodiggity proudly presents The Anatomy of a Sangweech.
When passive-aggressive emails and refrigerator notes fall short—it might be time for a new and more creative method of getting co-workers to stop stealing your lunch.
Anti-Theft Lunch Bags are zip-lock sandwich bags designed with green mold-like splotches printed on both sides. Although this might be effective in deterring some low-level office thieves—the more aggressive ones will surely investigate further and upon discovering the trickery will only be encouraged to eat your dessert too.
Although temporarily out of stock, more information on buying the Anti-Theft Lunch Bags can be found here.
[via The Awesomer]
The infamous ’30 Rock Sandwich.’ After this episode aired, the origin of the sandwich had been shrouded in mystery. Did it actually exist? Where? Who? How do I get one just like Liz Lemon did? Long rumored to originate from Brooklyn, it was finally revealed by an inside source, that it hailed from none other than Hoboken, NJ — Foodiggity’s neck of the woods.
As part of his 93 Plates project, ‘The Wandering Foodie’ Hagan Blount and I were heading into Hoboken, and we had Fiore’s Roast Beef Special on the brain. Today is our Sandwich Day… God bless us indeed!