Serious Eats: Spicy Pork Sandwich at Dot’s in Seattle

Last week, Serious Eats posted my “A Sandwich a Day” article about the Spicy Pork Sandwich at Dot’s Delicatessen. An excerpt:

Dot’s takes pork loin marinated in jerk seasoning, slices it thin, and tosses it on a grill to cook to a slightly crispy texture. Thrown in a grilled herb roll from Macrina Bakery, the pork and house pickles form a perfect marriage, the vinegar countering the slight spiciness of the meat slices. Gruyere cheese melts into the bread and mellows things a bit as well, though each bite brings just enough heat to satisfy even serious chile-heads.

For more information about this delicious dish, check out the Serious Eats story, here.

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