We asks chefs you should know to make us their favorite mouth treats. Here's what some people you should know are saying about the series:
The Gothamist: gothamist.com/2014/01/06/videos_watch_nyc_chefs_create_their.php
Serious Eats: newyork.seriouseats.com/2014/01/video-hey-chef-make-me-a-sandwich.html
No Film School: nofilmschool.com/2015/11/delectable-doc-series-sandwiches-reminds-us-follow-passion
Huffington Post: huffingtonpost.com/2014/01/14/make-me-a-sandwich-video_n_4589755.html
Honest Cooking: honestcooking.com/search-best-sandwich/
Mr. Cimatti: robertocimatti.it/wp/2015/11/03/this-delectable-doc-series-on-gourmet-sandwiches-reminds-us-to-follow-our-passions/
About this episode: About two years ago, myself and my partner Jeremy Spector of the Brindle Room set out on a sandwich adventure. Our goal? To eat sandwiches. Well folks, we just ate the best sandwich. That's right, this sandwich wins. It wins all the sandwiches. I dont care if you're vegetarian, gluten free or if your family was killed by a rogue sandwich, you will want to marry this sandwich and have babies with it, it's that good. Not even kidding here. We're done. This, this is the world's best sandwich.
There. We've said it.
To get it you got to talk to Master Chef Will Horowitz. Maybe to his Grandma. Not sure. But you can find him down at Ducks Eatery in the East Village making history. (UPDATE: Will has gone on to open a new restaurant called Harry and Ida's, one that features, wait for it... this Pastrami sandwich. Hows that for being on the pulse of sliced meats and breads?)
Harry and Ida's is located at 444 E 12th St, New York, NY 10009
(Will's first joint is called Ducks and is located at 351 E 12th St, New York NY 10003 | 212.432.DUCK (3825) | email@example.com)
Make Me A Sandwich (MMAS) is the brainchild of Chef Jeremy Spector of PGB and Roberto Serrini of Roberto Serrini. See more nums-nums at robertoserrini.com/mmas