Dad’s Killer Sandwich is a massive hoagie filled with roast beef, turkey, smoked ham and corned beef. Oh, and pepper cheese, sweet cheese and American cheese. Plus lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, mustard, Miracle Whip and Tuscan Italian dressing. Read more of the review...
Let's track the monstrously-sized sandwich's rise to the top:
ROUND 1 Defeats The Whole Megillah.
About The Whole Megillah: "There are certain things that should just be done by a man of God: last rites, kosher slaughter, exorcisms. You can apparently add “making an awesome sandwich” to that list, too. When you order a sandwich at Maccabee’s Kosher Deli, you get an honest-to-goodness rabbi, Yossi Jacobson, making it for you. And when you order The Whole Megillah, you get a sandwich that could feed the multitudes."
ROUND 2 Defeats the Ritual Cafe Spicy four-cheese panini.
About the panini: "A sandwich that will make you scoff at an ordinary grilled cheese, this multi-cheese creation on focaccia is a delicious mix of coordinating flavors. At first bite, a light crunch from the envelope of bread. It’s slightly crispy on the outside — not hardened like so many paninis. Then, a kick of spice from the serrano peppers. But not too much: The peppers complement the creamy cheese melt of cheddar, pepper jack, provolone and Swiss cheese."
ROUND 3 Defeats Cafe Beaudelaire’s Beaudelaire Bauru.
About the Bauru: "The first thing you’ll taste is delicious, greasy beef, then the flavor from the ham emerges. After a few chews, the fried egg, which drips down the side of the sandwich, melts with the peas and corn, which are tender but crisp. The onions and tomatoes are diced the size of the peas and corn, so each bite is a mouthful of veggies and meat."
ROUND 4 Defeats Sambetti's Italian sausage.
About the sausage sandwich: "This is the classic, plain and simple. It starts with pure Graziano sausage, with the kitchen adding a few of its own touches. The result is the traditional Graziano flavor with just a hint more sweetness than you normally get from the sausage itself."