Sabich is a uniquely Israeli dish created by an Iraqi Jew living in the Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat Gan.
In honor of National Sandwich Day, here are 10 of our favorites from coast to coast.
With this new Short Stack cookbook by your side, you can slice, salt, marinate and dehydrate your way to a vegetarian version of what many call the gateway drug to treyf.
After receiving a letter from the bakery’s lawyer, the Forward decided to take a closer look at a report that Zaro’s might be misleading customers about its adherence to kosher laws.
A treyf-but-haimish twist on the Cubano sandwich has arrived on the Lower East Side. It’s Havana street food with a twist, full of fixin’s inspired by the old Jewish neighborhood.
What are the best Jewish sandwiches in America? We asked a panel of food critics and sandwich experts for recommendations. Now you can have your say.
Who can tell the difference between a “Triple Bypass Burger” and a “Triple Bypass Sandwich?” Everyone can, according to the owners of the legendary 2nd Avenue Deli.
With hummus sweeping grocery stores across the nation, perhaps it’s not surprising that a major fast-food chain is experimenting with falafel.
Where would New York City be without its delicious and even outrageous sandwiches? Ranging from the fancy PB and J at Peanut Butter & Co to the iconic deli sandwich at Katz’s to haute cuisine at Bar Boulud, they are the city’s most iconic (and perhaps most consumed) portable food.