From what I could tell without pulling everything apart, the meats were capicola, salami, and ham. They were excellent. The bread was as good as it looks. There wasn’t as much mayo as my picture suggests.
And here’s the real kicker: it was a whopping $4.49. This was the most inexpensive grinder I’ve come across, and I’ve definitely paid more for lesser grinders in the past. I ended up getting a bag of State Line chips (yeah, Krauszer’s had them!) to meet the $5 minimum for credit cards, though I needed to replenish my supply anyway.
I’ll certainly be returning to this store to try their other sandwiches.
Is that about a 6-inch grinder? It looks really good. A good sandwich at a decent price and State Line chips, too. What a find!
Chances are this shop and others in the chain buy from local bakery sources, so there might be quite a difference in their grinders. So stores in CT and NJ might be quite different. You already wrote that two CT stores used different brands of meats. Are the stores franchised?
Ketteract--Now that you’ve found State Line chips in two places, you will probably start finding them all over!