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Food Royalty: Q&A with Marc Forgione

Food Royalty: Q&A with Marc Forgione

What is your favorite memory of cooking with your father?

I was sitting at An American Place with my mom and I was ten years old. I tasted the soft shell crab and remember turning to my mother and telling her, "I never knew food could make me feel this." It was actually in that moment when I knew I wanted to be a chef.

How has your approach to cooking been influenced by your father?

When I was a kid, I would ask for money and my dad would say “You want money, you’re going to have to work.” So he’d bring me into restaurants. I fell in love with it right away. To this day, it still seems fun to me; it doesn’t seem like work. I love working with food. I love feeding people and hearing their reactions when they taste the food. I started working with my dad at the age of 16 at An American Place. I have combined my dad's philosophy; along with those of the many different chefs I have had the privilege of working with over the years, and created my own. In general, the season and what kind of mood I am in influences my cooking style. I try not to get too caught up in what is considered "trendy."

How does your culinary philosophy differ from your father's?

Our culinary philosophies are very similar. We both believe in ingredients driving the dishes, not the dishes driving the ingredients. However, my father believes whole-heartedly that all the ingredients should come from America; they cannot come from anywhere else. I believe that good food is good food, whether it comes from Wisconsin or Italy. If my favorite olive oil happens to be from Calabria, then that’s what I use. My dad helped put America on the map, but I feel like my cuisine is more New York and more melting pot. My dad laid down the tracks, and now I feel like I’m riding where those tracks haven’t been yet.

Our business model at Marc Forgione —not to use a cliché—is good food, good people, and good times. “Fine dining without the BS” is really our motto. I’m not a very fine-dining person, but I’ve worked in fine dining restaurants my whole life. I grew up in one, basically. So what we do here, we try and keep the fine dining service, the fine dining food, but you’re allowed to relax. We’re not having a waiter come over and make you feel incompetent because you don’t know where Creekstone Farms is. We have fun with our cocktails, fun with our food. Fun is supposed to be part of the dining experience. We try to do that here.

What is your father's favorite dish that you cook?

Cedar-Planked Salmon.

What is your favorite dish that your father cooks?

Crab Spring Rolls with Smoked Onion Remoulade and a Charleston Slaw.

Are there any recipes for dishes that your father won't tell you the secrets to?

Not to my knowledge.

Are there any recipes from your father that you've tried to cook that you cannot quite make the same way?

Yes, his shortcake. My shortcake never comes out as good as my dad's. To go back to your prior question, maybe he is not telling me exactly what is in it?


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
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Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

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Follow on Pinterest:
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Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
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Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
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Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
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Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!


How To make Dagwood Bumstead Sandwich

Lettuce, tomato, crispy bacon, melted cheese and a fried egg between two slices of lightly toasted bread – this DAGWOOD SANDWICH recipe always hits the spot.

I expect friends will write in asking if it’s okay to add additional ingredients to this sandwich. Can I add cold cuts? What about cream cheese? Can I add an additional piece of bread and make a triple-decker? The answer to these and all other questions are the same – yes, yes, YES! A Dagwood sandwich is made using whatever you want.

I’m hoping the proverbial light bulb just went on over your head – this sandwich is as good as what you put in it.

My DAGWOOD SANDWICH became a favourite by accident I was hungry and needed a quick lunch, so I gathered everything I could find to make a sandwich.

Here are some tips on creating your favourite.

1) BREAD – It is a sandwich after all, so bread is a must. Consider all your options: white, brown, whole wheat, rye, French stick, and so on. Make sure your bread is fresh and don’t forget to toast it for added flavour.

2) FILLER – I enjoy bacon in sandwiches but you can pretty much add any meat you like. I especially like cold cuts, meatloaf and thin-sliced roasts. Same goes for cheeses – whether it be hard, soft or creamy, cheese belongs here.

3) VEGETABLES – Fresh vegetables are a welcome addition to this sandwich, and although mine only calls for tomato and lettuce, you can also add cucumber, zucchini, shaved slaw and even grilled favourites.

4) CONDIMENTS – Mayonnaise has always been my first and only choice for this combination, but by all means add your favourite.

Most sandwiches are easy enough to prepare, but if you’re looking for a really delicious classic, then look no further - a DAGWOOD SANDWICH has it all!

For more great ideas and recipes please visit us at

You can also find us as follows:

YUMMIEST DAGWOOD RECIPE | Dine With Neo

Dagwood Sandwiches||American classic Dagwood Sandwiches||best Dagwood Sandwiches Recpie||

Hello. I am chef sara, a passionate and professional cook. I have culinary experience of seven years.

I have done Chef Course from TDCP Institute of Tourism and Hotel Management and taught in the same institution afterwards.

I have worked at Royal Palm Golf and Country Club,Lahore as a Chef 3 and Demi Chef.

Now, I work as a Chef instructor at Grace event Complex,Lahore.

During seven years years, I participated in many culinary competitions and events namely Karakorom Festival , Lahore International Tourism Expo and CAP.

I want to pass on my knowledge of culinary art. Join me on this journey.

Jalzera Drink(Indian Drink):

#DagwoodsandwichesRecpie#byChefSaraCookHouse#yummy & tasty food style Recpie

Dagwood Sandwich | Man V. Food | Ohio Deli Challenge | What’s For Dinner?

Drew shows you how to assemble a Ohio Deli Classic Dagwood Sandwich! The Classic Sandwich was Featured on Man Vs. Food. To Your & Your Loved Ones. Happy Holidays!

It’s What’s For Dinner? Thanks for Watching! Please Like, & Share. If you haven’t already Please Consider Subscribing! On YouTube, & Apple Podcast App. Contact Info Below!

Beer Fund & Cooking Cost Link
paypal.me/livefromtheworkbench

Email The Show!
[email protected]

Dagwood Sandwich - South Philly Italian Style

This epic Dagwood Sandwich has an Italian flair that reminds me of the something you can pick up in the Italian sandwich shops of South Philly.

To print this recipe or for more of my gluten free recipes visit the EZGlutenFree blog at

To check out Jim’s TOS Tinman’s EZ Cooking Channel here’s a link to his channel.

For the Chicken Caprese Panini you saw at the end of this video:

Find me:
Subscribe
Blog
Facebook
Twitter
Pinterest

Recipe Ingredients:
4 slices Aldi’s gluten free white sandwich bread
provolone cheese
pepperoncino cheese
hot capicola
prosciutto
genoa salami
tomato salad (quartered grape tomatoes, quartered gaeta olives, capers, basil, olive oil)
chopped kale (sautéed with garlic, salt, pepper and red pepper flakes)

All videos clips and photographs used to make this video were taken by Anne Colagioia. No other entity has been granted exclusive rights to use any portion of this video. The music clips I used are called Porch Swing Days and Golly Gee by Kevin MacLeod at It's Royalty Free Music used with permission under a Creative Commons license

Episode 17: Multi-stacked Dream - The Dagwood Sandwich

Not going to lie, this was a pain in the ass to make without skewers. But in the end, I really enjoyed making this. Today, we're going to make an epic sandwich: The Dagwood

All the ingredients as listed:

1 loaf of rye bread
Mayo
French Mustard
Swiss cheese
Cheddar cheese
Lettuce
1 tomato
1 onion
2-3 pickles
Vegetarian ham
Vegetarian salami
1 olive (very essential)
Skewers (BUY THESE . SERIOUSLY)

Joseph Leonard's Dagwood Sandwich | Greasy Spoons Week Special

For Joseph Leonard's Greasy Spoons Week special, chef James McDuffee is serving a sandwich inspired by the towering piles of meat, cheese, and bread that Dagwood eats in the Blondie comic strip. This sucker is stuffed with corned beef, house cured pork belly, fried chicken, provolone cheese, lettuce, tomato, horsey mayo, avocado, pepperoncini, and fried onions. The Dagwood sandwich is available all day at JoLeo for $18 through the end of Greasy Spoons Week.

Watch our new series, Consumed
The Ramenrrito: Even better when you're stoned:
Honey pizza: The crack pie of pizza:
Creme brulee scone: The new cronut?

Check out our other new series, Savvy
The proper glassware for wine:
How to not fuck up a steak with Marc Forgione:
Essential kitchen knives with Paul Liebrandt:

Check out our full video catalog:
Visit our playlists:
Like Eater on Facebook:
Follow on Pinterest:
Follow Eater on Twitter:
Read more:
Our Video Crew:

Chef Rosy's Bambi's Dagwood

Dagwood - All-in-One Sandwich with a Burst of Flavours

Sandwich with a twist? Make it a DAGWOOD!
Enduldge in a delicious, flavourful dagwood with any fillings of your choice.

Recipe notes:
Mixed Sauce - Mix any Sauces you have at home. Mustard and Mayo are the two most important ones that add the flavour.

Don't want Egg?
Replace with French Fries and don't put it with the cheese.

Don't want Lamb Polony?
Replace with any Soya products or a chicken fillet.

Try it out and let us know what you added. Your comments are important to us.

Betty's Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

Betty makes her incredibly tasty Dagwood-style sandwich. It is a blend of contrasts--soft but crispy, sweet but salty, mild but tangy, plus *very* filling! This is one of my best ideas I hope you like it!

Great Dagwood-Style Sandwich

2 slices hearty white bread (You may use whole wheat, rye, etc.)
enough butter to spread both sides of the 2 slices of bread
approximately 2 tablespoons sandwich spread (or to taste)
approximately 2 tablespoons cranberry sauce (or to taste)
honey ham from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
oven roast turkey from the deli (a few slices, shaved)
1 slice Swiss cheese
1 slice sharp cheddar cheese
2 slices hot, crisp bacon

Spread one side of each of the 2 slices of bread with butter and toast the buttered side in a skillet on the stove. Remove the 2 slices of bread to an area for preparing your sandwich, toasted side up. On one of the slices of bread, spread with sandwich spread to taste (on the toasted side). On the other slice of bread, spread with cranberry sauce to taste (on the toasted side). Now, arrange a few slices of the saved turkey on top of the sandwich spread and a few slices of the shaved ham on top of the cranberry sauce. Pace 1 slice of Swiss cheese on top of the turkey, and 1 slice of sharp cheddar cheese on top of the ham. Break the 2 slices of crisp bacon into halves, and place two halves on top of the Swiss cheese and two halves on top of the cheddar cheese. Carefully place one of the two half-sandwiches that you have built on top of the other, so that you have unbuttered bread on the top and the bottom. Now, using soft butter, spread the top of the sandwich lightly with butter. Place this back into your skillet, buttered side down. Now, butter the top side. Heat this sandwich slowly, so that the bread will toast and the heat will melt the cheese and blend all of the other flavors together. Heat slowly, so that you do not burn the sandwich. It will probably take 5 or more minutes on each side to get the perfect shade of toastiness and to blend the flavors. It is worth taking the time to get it right!

I was inspired to try this particular combination of ingredients for a sandwich a couple of days ago. My husband and I taste-tested it, and we think it's fabulous. If you like it, give me a good name for it!