Helpful ReplyHow The Chow Mein Sandwich Claimed A Small Slice Of New England History

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Re: How The Chow Mein Sandwich Claimed A Small Slice Of New England History 2019/06/24 13:22:11 (permalink)
Next up....a mac and cheese sandwich?
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Re: How The Chow Mein Sandwich Claimed A Small Slice Of New England History 2019/06/24 16:36:07 (permalink)
Never have had one, but I'll try anything at least once! That must be super regional, though. I have had Egg Foo Yung sandwiches, though. That's a tasty treat!
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Re: How The Chow Mein Sandwich Claimed A Small Slice Of New England History 2019/06/24 20:27:35 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby Wintahaba 2019/06/25 13:33:16
We had chow mein sandwiches in New Haven. There were two small places in downtown New Haven called Charles Lunch -- although everyone referred to each one as Nickel Charlie's. They mostly served hamburgers, but the chow mein sandwich was pretty popular. It consisted of a burger bun with chow mein vegetables and crisp noodles. Unlike the ones up north, though, they were easy to hold and eat.
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