The origin of the Po Boy has many competing versions, but the most widely accepted story holds that the sandwich was invented in New Orleans during the 1929 Street Car strike. This inexpensive sandwich was created to feed unemployed workers, the Poor Boy. This name was later transferred into a sandwich, the Po Boy.
Banh Mi is a Vietnamese term for all sorts of bread products, but it has also come to be the name of a fantastic marinated pork street sandwich. We serve ours on our gluten free hoagie rolls, toasted, with a sweet and tangy carrot-radish slaw and spicy mayo. You can prepare the pork and the […]