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Old Yesterday, 07:55 AM
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Originally Posted by 3chidogs View Post
Yes! I ordered one at a brunch place and that's what it was, a french toast sandwich, not a true Monte Cristo. I remember the real deal and they were to die for. Jam on the side.
Also difficult to find: Patty Melt, Reuben sandwich, Chef Salad.
We do have a few diners here so sometimes can find some of the more elusive things. I will have to look up that San Diego one as it is one I have not been to out here.
I have to make Patty Melt's at home. None on any menus around here since COVID. Reuben, one of my most favorite sandwiches. There are still a few places that serve one, but they're really a pale imitation of a good one. A couple places just put the sauerkraut cold right from the package and call it done. When I make them at home, I even make my own Russian dressing instead of using Thousand Island. Make Russian dressing with sour cream instead of mayonnaise and the whole flavor profile just seems right.

Originally Posted by orbiter View Post
Yeah, haven't had a Steak Diane for ages. This was what I ordered, when I had my first pay check.
Chicken Cordon Bleu and Chicken Pot Pie are so convenient frozen in boxes. And my fridge is always stock up with a box or two whenever there is a sale at the supermarket. No, I won't order either one of these in a restaurant.

Marie Callender's Chicken Pot Pie
Barber Foods Cordon Bleu Raw Stuffed Chicken Breast
We used to keep those stocked in the fridge too, but lately the quality just isn't there. The pies have more liquid than meat and vegetables now days.
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Old Yesterday, 08:49 AM
Location: Northern California
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Club sandwiches seem to be harder to find.
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