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This Restaurant Uses Giant Pickles Instead Of Bread For Its Sandwiches And It's A Dream Come True

This Restaurant Uses Giant Pickles Instead Of Bread For Its Sandwiches And It's A Dream Come True

Elsie’s Signature Pickle – an extra large pickle they have custom made for their sandwich creations. Another thing that sets these pickle sandwiches apart are the ingredients.

Pickles are addictive, pickles are life. No sandwich is ever complete without pickles. Elsie's has now taken it a step further and they have introduced a PICKLE SANDWICH. According to Best Products,  Elsie’s, in Haddon Township, New Jersey (near Philadelphia), is replacing the bread on a sandwich with thick pickles. This sandwich is a great invention because they are a healthier option because it is completely carb-free and you get loads of pickle for FREE! Is there even a better combo? For all you weight watchers, this is something you can indulge in, guilt-free!



 

 

Basically, they cut up a huge pickle down the middle. This acts as a bread. You could either scoop the seeds out or keep it, and then fill it with whatever filling you want. Meat, cheese and whatever else you want to put. Amazing, isn't it? According to a blog called Philly Grub, Elsie’s, formerly Elsie’s Down the Shore, may not have invented the pickle sandwich, but they’re determined to popularize it. The former Linwood deli, owned and operated by Katherine J. Cohen Jordan and her husband Chad, is now based in Oaklyn, NJ as a catering business with possible plans for a brick and mortar down the road.



 

 

In this case, Elsie’s Signature Pickle – an extra large pickle they have custom made for their sandwich creations. Another thing that sets these pickle sandwiches apart are the ingredients. They roast their own beef for roast beef sandwiches and turkey for turkey sandwiches, making them truly fresh and high-quality. Even the tomatoes are the ripest and the lettuce is extra crisp. They make all of their salads (tuna, chicken) and hummus for vegetarian pickle sandwiches. Everything is virtually homemade.



 

 

It's quite the success among people with allergies and food preferences. First of all, pickles are healthy and delicious. If you’re on a low-carb or keto diet, you can eat this sandwich. If you’re gluten-sensitive, you can eat this sandwich. Not a fan of pickles? No problem. Order a lettuce wrap sandwich instead. They also offer a vegetarian and vegan-friendly sandwich with homemade hummus and veggies. Elsie’s has all of the bases covered.



 

 

Elsie’s also makes cucumber and pickle roll-ups which are fun mini bite-sized sandwiches. It’s sushi-style so you can eat the pickle or cucumber roll-up sandwiches with chopsticks! So cute and perfect for parties for any occasion. Have I piqued your interest in pickle sandwiches? You need to try these. Visit their store at 803 White Horse Pike in Haddon Township. Pro-tip: call before going to ensure they haven’t sold out for the day: 267-304-0266. The blogger Marilyn Johnson can vouch for the taste and feel of the place. She suggests its a must visit!



 

 

This is basically every pregnant woman's dream come true and Juanvonique Mckinley agrees as she said: Send my pregnant ass some of that right now. Ana Pope said: Imagine deep frying the pickle halves and then making the sandwich! Omg! Pickle fries, no, not fried pickle chips, are my new obsession. I wasn’t even a dill pickle fan until I tried them. Thin strips of seeded dill pickle, French fry shape/size, battered and deep fried...dear baby Jesus I almost died. Dazzo’s in Wikieup, AZ is where we found pickle fries and nothing can compare. I’ve attempted to make them to no avail. If anyone knows what I’m talking about and knows how to make them, please share your recipe with me



 

 

Everyone seems to be on a diet and carbs are a big no-no. We are all looking for ways to indulge in healthier, tastier options, and this pickle sandwich is one step towards that. Also, this is such a great option for people who have allergies. Gluten intolerance is another issue. Most people with gluten intolerance can't consume bread and this pickle. People were coming up with combos they thought would go well with the pickle bread, like fried pickle and tuna. 



 

 

Sara Cole said: That sounds delicious, using lettuce instead of bread is a great option to cut them carbs out too (; Theresa Houston said: I love pickles and this looks so good No bread excellent. If this is actually so much in demand, then it would become quite popular across the world. Taylor Farney told Dylan Pate this would be delicious and would help with ur pants fitting better!



 

 


 


 
 

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