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Long overdue Huddle Debate: Rueben vs Cuban?

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The rueben has crept it's way back on to my taste buds radar(thank's Arby's marketing) but when I compare it to a Cuban sandwhich I don't think there is any contest.

Cuban is money.

What say ye Huddle?

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Reuben. But don't go to arby's for one. Midtown Sundries used to make a killer Reuben.

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Mcallisters has a good one as well as The Landmark.

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Rueben easily for me but it's personal taste I guess. I don't see the comparison of the two really. Two totally different types of sammiches in my mind.

Now I am hungry.

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Best Rueben I have had is after a round of golf at Northstone Country Club.

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It really depends on location.

Here in NC, its Reuben. You can get a good one here.

If I am visiting Tampa, its cuban on fresh baked bread and pressed with ham and pulled pork at the local cuban joint.

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Mom's pb&j cut into four squares

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Mom's pb&j cut into four squares

Crust or no crust?

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Mom's pb&j cut into four squares

are we talking past or present?

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Crust or no crust?

Crust every time

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are we talking past or present?

Present. Gotta watch incredible hulk while eating.

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Great topic. Allow me to share with you the Creuben. Or the Cuban Reuben.

Start with a cuban in mind. Substitute corned beef for the ham, so you have corned beef and pork. Add kraut. You can grate a pickle and mix it in with your kraut instead of adding sliced pickles. Then you choose between Russian dressing or mustard.

Rejoice.

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