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Cookbook | Ingredients | Recipes | Sandwich
A 'po' boy' (from the name "poor boy," as the sandwiches were traditionally given to the poor street boys by the nuns in New Orleans) is a New Orleans sandwich similar to a "sub" sandwich. They can be made with anything, but are typically made with a type of meat and "dressing" (lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, and sauce). Mother's Restaurant in New Orleans is well-known for their debris po' boy, made with the "debris" from a roast that falls into gravy when a roast is cut.
- French bread
- Thinly sliced meat (ham, turkey, roast beef, etc.), fried seafood (shrimp, oysters, fish, etc.), etc.
- Lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, etc.
- Sliced cheese
- Mayonnaise, mustard, gravy, etc.
- Slice the bread along one side so that it folds open like a book.
- Open the bread and add the cheese, shredded lettuce, and meat.
- Add condiments to your liking.
- Close the bread (as you would a book) and mash it down.