When the sandwich shakes start one must never let them go too long without getting them taken care of. I’ve had this ailment many times and I’ve obviously turned to the sandwich masters for help. Her Soup Kitchen has amassed quite the following in Iowa City and they know how to work their fresh ingredients into magic.
Two very hot bowls of their infamous homemade soup. Tomato bisque and its sidekick split pea and ham. That’s two very delicious bowls of comfort great for any season. Even the freakishly mild winter we’ve been enjoying lately. Now what’s between that bread of yours…
The first sandwich that rolled out was Turkey and Brie with a cranberry chutney and fresh spinach. And checkout that fresh bed of greens on the side! This was a great sandwich, but it’s not what’s up for The Iowa Gallivant’s sandwich championship in December from Her Soup Kitchen
El Cubano! Rubbed pork loin with sliced ham, Swiss cheese, dill pickle, and spicy mustard on ciabatta. The meat was thick and the rest of the ingredients were perfectly portioned to make this sandwich one of the best we’ve had thus far. Welcome to the greatest sandwich expedition in history, Iowa City.
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