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Corned beef sandwich at The Mean Sandwich restaurant

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Mean Sandwich

This is a swift roundhouse kick to a classic deli corned beef sandwich: extremely tender but very thick-sliced corned beef, a big squirt of yellow mustard, red pickled cabbage ... all on their signature seeded bun. It's messy and brilliant and what you should order your first time here."

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Surreal_Heidi

The best corned beef sandwich I ever had in my life came from Benji's Deli in Brown Deer, Wisconsin. Nearly three inches of perfectly cooked corned beef, between 2 slices of freshly baked deli rye bread, topped with kosher deli mustard. I went back and bought $200 worth of them, and took them home with me. I've tried corned beef sandwiches from Jewish Delis in New York, and they aren't as good as Benji's. They've won national awards for their food.

jimez

I second that motion. :)

Mischka

I will present a proper business-like corned beef sandwich later today. I went for the pic because of the colors, not the ingredients.

"... remove the bushes..." Lol!

patsquire

WHEW! I couldn't believe somebody would befoul a corned beef sandwich with cheese! Glad to learn it's mustard, not melted cheese. I too would remove the bushes and scrape off most of the mustard, but it sure sounds good!

Donnajames

Wellllll....the meat looks good!

Surreal_Heidi

That's cabbage? I thought it was dyed Maribu Stork feathers.

jimez

Holding a stuffed cabbage roll together. :}

Donnajames

Hey, cabbage is good for you! :-))

jimez

I would have to remove the shredded sweater before munching.

Donnajames

I would eat this as is....prefer stone ground mustard...but with thick sliced corned beef, it might work with yellow mustard. I would have to try it first!!!!!! :-))

Mischka

I know, right? I chose it for the colors, not the logic or taste. Just be glad I omitted some of the other ingredients.

Surreal_Heidi

Sacrelige!!!!! Yellow mustard on corned beef???? You should only use stone ground mustard on that most delicious of foods!!! And it needs to be on rye bread.