Sometimes you don’t have the time to get up and go to the kitchen to fix a sandwich. Joseph’s Machines solved that problem by building a series of silly Rube Goldberg machines to assemble and deliver a peanut butter and jelly sandwich right to his mouth. We love how he worked his dog into the jelly machine.
THE BEST Sandwiches
Parkway Bakery & Tavern makes the best authentic New Orleans po’ boys. If you’re craving that crispy french bread and delicious fillings, then head to Goldbelly, who’s offering a variety of goodies from Parkway, including Roast Beef and fried shrimp po’ boys, as well as jambalaya, and their yummy hot butter rum cake.
Kevin James cooks up another one of life’s simple pleasures, a double-decker peanut butter and jelly sandwich on toasted white bread, with potato chips, and a cold glass of whole milk. He makes it look so good that we’re gonna fix ourselves one of these childhood delights for lunch.
You’d think that when you say you want half a sandwich, it would simply take a straight cut down the middle to get your 50/50 share. But Numberphile explains how it’s not quite that simple of a task if you really want exactly half. Now how to apply theory to reality…
Binging with Babish takes on another classic movie meal by replicating Rodney Dangerfield’s improvised delicacy from Back to School – a sandwich made from small food – including deviled eggs, meatballs, and spanakopita, stuffed into a big hunk of Italian bread.
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