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Thursday, July 22, 2010

A National Tour of 10 Strange Musical Sandwiches

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The Elvis: Peanut butter, banana, and bacon - WORTH1000.COM
  • The Elvis: Peanut butter, banana, and bacon

The star: Elvis Presley

The sandwich: Peanut butter, banana, bacon

The location: Rockabilly's Diner at Graceland, Memphis, Tenn.

The skinny: Quaaludes optional.

The star: Fat Joe

The sandwich: Grilled turkey, fried eggs over easy, American, twin rolls

The location: Stage Deli, New York, N.Y.

The skinny: Word is, the slimmed down hip-hop star won't go near his namesake anymore, and that makes us even more interested to try it.

The star: Dolly Parton

The sandwich: Twin rolls of pastrami and corned beef

The location: Stage Deli, New York, N.Y.

The skinny: The same restaurant that paid tribute to Fat Joe is considering renaming this sandwich, which used to be the Raquel Welch. Don't be surprised if it becomes the J-Lo.

The star: Louis Prima

The sandwich: Hot cappicolla, hot spicy mustard, stuffed peppers, pepperoni, salami, provolone, Swiss

The location: Lioni Italian Heroes, Brooklyn, N.Y.

The skinny: One of the first places in the country to immortalize stars between slabs of bread.

Doesn't this inspire you to eat a big, fat sandwich?
  • Doesn't this inspire you to eat a big, fat sandwich?

The star: Goblin Cock

The sandwich: Bacon, cheddar, quarter-pound Vienna hot dog, tomatoes, onion, neon green relish, sport peppers, pickles, celery salt, mustard

The location: Kuma's Corner, Chicago

The skinny: This is just one of a whole host of burgers and dogs at this metal-leaning spot, where the darkest bands make for the tastiest treats.

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