My favorite lunch is Thai with salad and sandwich.
Salads are great because they’re light, but they’re chock-full of protein, nutrients, and other delicious little morsels to sustain you throughout your workday.
Sandwiches, on the other hand, come in endless shapes.
Wheat bread, white bread, potato rolls, ciabatta, bagels, lettuce rolls, and of course, plenty of toppings.
You can go for PB&J, Reuben, Rachel, Turkey, Pastrami, Roast Beef, Grilled Chicken, or Fried Chicken.
The combinations are truly endless.
But one thing they all have in common is that they eat some kind of bread.
I went to Castaway’s Pub, a restaurant in Lavallette, over the weekend. The sandwich I had was decent, but what really stood out was the French baguette roll they used.
Bread and rolls can make or break a sandwich, so imagine my surprise when I saw a restaurant in Haddon Township that used a very unique bread/roll substitute to make a great looking sandwich. please look.
Now, the nice thing is that they cater not only to the keto/gluten-free crowd, but also the typical adventurous.
This restaurant has actually been in business for a few years now, but I’d love to know if you’ve been there and what you thought of this unique lunchtime staple.
A product called Peace Love and Pickles is a sandwich made with pickles instead of bread.
Well, when I was a kid, I used to love a place called Pickle Barrel. Huge pickles you can graze while waiting for your food because he was a deli with a bar.
But are pickles as the “bread” part of the sandwich too much pickle?
According to reviews, it’s not!
I throw pickles on my burgers, but the occasional BLT (weird combo I know) and always eat them on a roll or bun.
Again, pickles have a very crispy exterior and may add a pleasant crunch to your sandwich.
Usually I try everything at least once, so Peace Love and Pickles add to my ever-expanding list of unique New Jersey food stops I need to make.
For pickle sandwiches, Peace Love and Pickles at 803 White Horse Pike in Haddon Township is the place to go.