Culinary: Sandwiches

Resources on sandwiches like Muffuletta, Poor Boy or Po-Boy.

Hearty, James. “Po’Boy No Mo’; He’s Celebrating.” New Orleans States-Item. New Orleans, LA, May 3, 1969.
Jacobs, Howard. “Muffuletta Born and Bread Here.” The Times-Picayune. New Orleans, LA, October 10, 1976.
Karst, James. “1906: The Muffuletta Is Created in New Orleans.” The Times-Picayune – NOLA.com, n.d. http://www.nola.com/175years/index.ssf/2011/10/1906_the_muffuletta_is_created.html.
Logsdon, Dana. “Mercato to Market: The Evolution of the Muffaletta from Palermo to New Orleans”, 2011.
“Martin Brothers Letter to Strikers, New Orleans Street Railway Union Records, 1902-1948 | Louisiana Research Collection”, n.d. http://specialcollections.tulane.edu/archon/index.php?p=collections/findingaid&id=99&q=streetcar&rootcontentid=4117#id4117.
Matthews, Bunny. “The Making of a Po-Boy.” Times-Picayune. New Orleans, LA, November 29, 1981, sec. Dixie Magazine.
Mizell-Nelson, Michael. “Our Daily Bread.” Louisiana Cultural Vistas (Summer 2009): 54–65, Http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/leh/lcv-summer09/index.php?startid=54.
———. “The History of the Po-Boy | New Orleans Po-Boy Preservation Festival”, n.d. http://www.poboyfest.com/history.
“Poor Boy Gets Rich.” New Orleans Item. New Orleans, LA.
Roahen, Sara. “Po-Boys: Not in California Any More.” In Gumbo Tales: Finding My Place at the New Orleans Table, 99–118. New York: W.W. Norton, 2008.
Wilson, Bee. Sandwich: A Global History. London: Reaktion, 2010.

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