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Reuben Sandwich, German potato salad, and beer at the Muck & Fuss Craft Beer and Burgers Restaurant in New Braunfels, TX

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While no one knows who truly invented the Reuben Sandwich, we do know Chef John "Philip" Schwantner makes one of the best ones around town!

Enjoy his take on a classic with Naegelin's Bakery pumpernickel topped with thin sliced pastrami, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese & a house-made Thousand Island dressing. Comes with a side of classic German potato salad & paired best with an Altstadt Brewery Kolsch.

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Mischka

It all sounds good!

jimez

I will have to try the spicy mustard on my next deli run. Thanx :)

From Wikipedia:
Russian dressing is a piquant American salad dressing consisting of mayonnaise, ketchup, and other ingredients. It is a key ingredient in a Reuben sandwich.
Russian dressing is similar to Thousand Island or French dressing. Some manufactured versions omit the mayonnaise and are clear rather than creamy.

Mischka

Aha!

I'm a New Yorker (not the city) but here in NY it's neither Russian or Thousand Island. The only thing on a Reuben is spicy brown mustard.

Mischka

I've forgotten what Russian dressing is like, but there is a small consensus here, so let's follow the crowd. :-)

As a traditionalist, I vote for Russian Dressing on mine!

Donnajames

Now this looks a reasonable size that I might be able to finish 1/2 of one. You want the other half, Fiona? I will go with either Thousand or Russian dressing. Your choice. dj

jimez

Even though the standard seems to be Thousand Island dressing, using Russian dressing ( if you can find it ), is much more flavorful. :)