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Great recipe. Close as you can get to a Quarter original without being there. I use the leftovers from high temperature cooked roast and slice them very thin for this recipe. Heiner's steak buns are a good backup for Quarter french.
This was spot on! It's 6am and we couldn't sleep, so we hit the kitchen. Had no drippings left, so took some canned beef stock and reduced it a little. Also used butter for the roux. The maid was a bit irritated that we were making a mess of the kitchen so early, so we made her one with leftover KFC and gravy. She stopped complaining. Thanks for this!!!
This is IT! I'd never been able to duplicate a Poboy from the French Quarter, roast beef and sausage, taken on a picnic one day. Most recipes call for seafood. The mayo tastes good spiffed up a little with roasted garlic and diced green onion.
Delish! I love messy sandwiches and this one fit the bill. It was simple to put together and was delightful (and messy!) to eat. Thanks Angela Dawn and congrats again on your football win!
Delish- just the way I would like it! I made this for myself only as I knew I would have to djust for DH (no may,no pickle....blah, blah). Next time I will make him one. Delightful...thanks for posting this Ang! I will make this again! **Went to Market tag***
This is the way I've had poboys all my life. I didn't know there was any other way to make one! :) AngelaDawn, thanks for doing the New Orleans/Southern poboy a favor and posting this recipe!