Blue Suede Shoes

Jul 10

Blue Suede Shoes

In my never ending quest to find a perfect sandwich, my journey may very well end someday amid the comfy confines of Yellow Dog Eats at 1235 Hempel Avenue in Windermere, Florida. An hour and some change after we visited Cassadaga (The Psychic Capital of the World!) for the first and probably only time, we made our way to this laid-back restaurant. I had eaten here one time before and had a great experience.

http://sandbookwich.com/2011/05/hot-diggidy-dog-not-a-hotdog/

On this rainy Monday, I went with the Blue Suede Shoes. A giant heap of pulled pork (smoked on site), crispy pieces of bacon, blue cheese crumbles, scallions, red onions, and a tangy BBQ sauce on a soft bun. Hot, tasty, messy heaven. The husband ordered The Holy Crap. If you know Spencer, you know that it was a highly enjoyable experience for me to listen to him place this order. This may be the most hilarious name for a sandwich I have been lucky enough to meet up with. Honey mesquite turkey, avocado, bacon, goat cheese, red onion, and basil mayo all pressed between the freshest pumpernickel. The flavors were incredible, the ingredients super fresh, and I maybe kept snapping it out of Spencer’s hand for “Just one more bite.”

The prices are a bit steep ($35 for two sandys, two yummy soups, chips, and two drinks) and there was a bit of a “fly issue,” but the quality and the friendly vibe more than make up for those two strikes. I will forever be grateful to my friend Meredith for suggesting this place.  Oh, and if you are curious about my reading, the Medium told me that Sandwiches will not be a part of my future. Huh.

 

 

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3 comments

  1. You can share my sandwich anytime 🙂

  2. What a fantastic sandwich name!!

  3. Sandwich Gal /

    So funny. Most of their sandwich names are fairly clever.

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