Whole wheat hero, mayo, mustard, lettuce, tomato, onion, mild pepper rings, pickle on the side. $6.49
Los Gatos Meats & Smokehouse, Los Gatos CA
The sandwiches at Los Gatos Meats are delicious! They smoke and roast all their meats and make their own sauces too. Come hungry because the sandwiches are huge – heck yeah!
Los Gatos Meats pink pig bbq grill, cute!!!
Sliced beef sauteed with onions and vinaigrette, pickled carrot and daikon radishes, cilantro, cucumber, jalapeno, and mayo on a French baguette. $5.39
Dinosaurs, San Francisco CA
This sandwich was good, but not one of my favorites at Dinosaurs. The beef wasn’t as flavorful as some of the other fillings they have available.
Dried rattlesnake grass (Briza sp., Poaceae), Potrero Hill.
Maine lobster with cajun spices, seasoned mayo, spicy butter and fresh lemon on toasted New England-style split-top bun served with Cajun garlic fries. $21
Lobster ME, Las Vegas NV
Sadly, this lobster roll didn’t have a lot of the cajun flavor that was advertised in the menu description. The fries tasted ok but were limp and greasy.
Caesars Palace from the Bellagio lagoon.
“Famously crispy chicken topped with mayonnaise, shredded iceberg lettuce and served perfectly on a toasty bun.” 360 calories, 16g fat. $1
McDonald’s, South San Francisco CA
Argh, my disgusting snacking habit has struck again! But how can I resist this tiny chicken sandwich for a single buck?! 🙂
Maine lobster served with a touch of mayo and lemon and topped with secret spice blend on toasted New England-style split-top bun. Medium $17
Lobster ME, Las Vegas NV
This sandwich was just OK. The lobster quality was marginal, definitely from previously frozen lobster since it had a squishy texture. The spice blend they used was tasty, but the sandwich did not have enough lobster flavor. You mostly tasted butter.
Purple Petunia flowers (Solanaceae) in the Flamingo courtyard.
Banh mi thit heo nuong. French bread with grilled pork, cucumber, mayonnaise, pickled daikon and carrots, jalapeno, and cilantro. $4.85
Pho Big Bowl, Seattle WA
This was a pretty sizeable sandwich for costing less than five bucks! That’s why I love banh mi’s, they tend to be delicious and a great value. The pork on this sandwich was tender and flavorful.
Seattle Cloud Cover glass bridge, Teresita Fernandez, Olympic Sulpture Park.
Spicy ponzu, mayonnaise and sake-garlic butter. $14.75
Nojo, San Francisco CA
I’ve had mussels and frites many times, but I rarely see clams and frites on a menu. This Japanese version was lovely and full of flavor. Noms!
Pink snapdragon-like flowers (Plantaginaceae), West Field Road.