Ah, to find the time machine that will bring back Martin Bros. Poor Boy Restaurant in New Orleans… I think it was located out by the Arabella Street car barn, upriver a ways from the Garden District. The great food writer Richard H. Collin hooted on and on about the relative greatness of their roast beef poor boys in his fabled book "The New Orleans Underground Gourmet."
Apparently Frank Zappa ate his roast beef poor boy elsewhere, because his had… Lumpy Gravy.
Inventively, Ort. Carlton in Mothership Athens, Georgia.
That is china, cajun style. [:o)]
C’mon now! A po-boy served on china"? Either a paper plate or wrapped in butcher paper (like my favorite at "Russell’s Short-Stop Po boy" on Transcontinental Drive, off airline in Metarie) matches a po-boy.
Me too [:p]
love those roast beef po boys, the sloppier the better, dressed with mayo, and a little sprinkling of worchestershire sauce.
Looks good to me.
It was not fuzzy when JB shot it after a few pops. [:)]
A little fuzzy JB. I suggest you bring it down a notch.
Paul E. Smith
Tell em Paul.
1 more bread photo just for you Boy
Looked good to me. I like the way you grilled the bread. JB cooks for JB and how he does it is up to JB, right BOY!!!
I do agree that mayo is OK but horseradish would have been just as good.
Paul E. Smith
Its shown step by step in the video It was cooked pot roast style.
& John It was Mayo I like it better on my poboy. I like HR sauce with sliced roast beef sandwiches
Looks delicious to me! How did you cook the beef? Slow roast, crock pot???
I dont know how a poboy should look, but that roast beef made me drool…[:p]
Hmm, I thought it was horseradish sauce? Still looks mighty good to me.
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