A local pub serves these super simple, amazingly tasty Roast Pork Sandwiches. They are sort of a local legend. Making a pork roast just for these sandwiches is a breeze, but this is a great way to use any leftovers from a roast. The pepper jack cheese adds a zip and the dipping "gravy" is what ties it all together. The trick is slicing the pork and the cheese very thin. Enjoy, as the juicy goodness drips down your chin.
This is one of my favorite sandwiches! I usually use a wonderful white horseradish cheddar cheese rather than provolone, but it's kind of hard to find and the provolone is tasty, too. :) I've tried it on a lot of different breads, but I think that Oroweat's Carb Counting Multigrain Bread (when I'm being good) and Poulsbo Bread (when I'm bad) are my favorites for this sandwich.
I've made this many times and we all love it. From the Bisquick 2 Cookbook by Betty Crocker. This can be eaten warm or chilled, which makes it perfect for brown bag lunches. I have also doubled this and baked in a 13x9 pan and cooked it for the same length of time
The first time I ever had “buffalo wings”, I just about flipped!! What an awesome idea that lady from Buffalo, New York had!!! Ever since then, I’ve used the same concept making dips, pizzas, salads, and my latest concoction…HOAGIES! They are REALLY good!!