Best Sandwich in America: Southwest Pictures
Adam's search brings him to the Southwest, where he must choose between a BBQ brisket sandwich in Driftwood, TX, a beef tongue sandwich in Austin, TX, and a 12-ingredient torta in Phoenix, AZ.
Kroll'sNext, Adam Richman travels to Green Bay, WI, to try the prime rib sandwich at Kroll's. Adam poses with general manager Cheryl Dorner at the family-owned restaurant that has been in business for over 70 years. Kroll’s is known for charcoal grilling, giving the food its unique flavor. 960 1280
prime rib sandwichThe prime rib sandwich is a pile of tenderly-sliced grilled beef, sautéed onions, mushrooms and peppers on a toasted, crisp semolina bun that’s infused with the savory juices of the meat. If that’s not enough, you also have the option to dunk this delectable dish into a Wisconsin-style, butter-infused au jus. 960 1280
The exterior of Primanti BrothersIn 1933, Joe Primanti started his business by selling sandwiches to truckers off a cart. The business quickly grew into a small restaurant, and Joe was joined by his brothers and nephew. A chance creation of fried potatoes on the sandwiches led to the stuffed sandwiches that Primanti Bros. is known for today. 960 1280
Jumpin' Jay's Fish CaféAdam Richman heeds the advice of seasoned traveler (and Portsmouth, NH, native) Samantha Brown, and pays a visit to her hometown for a sandwich at Jumpin' Jay's Fish Café. Here, Adam strikes a pose with executive chef Marty Rumley and his crab grilled cheese sandwich. 960 1280
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