Y&H – Taylor Rolls Out New Pork Sandwiches Next Week

The Washington City Paper’s Young & Hungry columnist Tim Carman shares news that Taylor Gourmet will begin offering new sandwiches next week. The new menu diversifies the roasted pork offerings that launched with the Pattison Ave in January.

  • Washington Avenue: roasted pork and sharp provolone
  • Girard Avenue: roasted pork, sauteed peppers and onions, and sharp provolone
  • Market Street: roasted pork, roasted red peppers, fresh mozzarella, and arugula

I’m looking forward to the Market Street. Other than the Sharp Provolone I’ve found the roasted red peppers to be the best dressing on the cutlets at Taylor. They should be tasty with the roasted pork.

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    Aaron Smolen says

    Not sure what is so special about Taylor Gourment bread, personally I think it’s on the tough side…maybe it’s due to time of the day? I keep going there late at night and by then the bread is somewhat on the stale side?

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    washingtonydc says

    I like the dense, chewy bread–it has some structural integrity which is especially vital to sop up the delicious pork juice in these new pork sandwiches. AS softer bread would turn it into a soup sandwich.

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    FourthandEye says

    I’m with washingtonydc on this one. I can understand denser bread is not pleasing for everyone. But I do enjoy it and find it complements the hot sandwiches very well (meatball,pork,etc).