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REUBEN’S FAMOUS SANDWICHES

Two people claim to have originated the Reuben sandwich.
1 - Arnold Reuben in 1914 of the once famous New York delicatessen, 'Reuben's’

2 - Arnold Kolakofsky, an Omaha grocer. A friend of Kolakofsky entered it in a national sandwich contest in 1956 and won.  It gained popularity at this time.


Here are some recipes from Reuben's Deli of New York:

REUBEN'S FAMOUS ORIGINAL SANDWICH
Ham, turkey, Swiss cheese, cole slaw, and Russian dressing on rye bread.

REUBEN'S SUPERIOR
Ham, turkey, sliced hard boiled egg, sliced tomatoes, and thinly sliced onion on rye.

THE JACK BENNY
Sliced tongue, turkey, Swiss cheese, cole slaw, and Russian dressing on rye.

THE WALTER WINCHELL
Sturgeon, Swiss cheese, and sliced dill pickles on rye.

THE ED SULLIVAN
Chopped chicken liver, turkey, cole slaw, and Russian dressing on rye.

THE BARBARA STANWYCK
Sliced corned beef, bacon, and melted Swiss cheese on toasted rye.

 

 

 

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