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The Pastrami Brisket Sandwich - Reuben

The Pastrami Brisket Sandwich - Reuben

G'day, mates! If you're a fan of classic American deli sandwiches, then you're gonna love learning about the Reuben sandwich. This iconic sanga is typically made with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing, all stacked between slices of rye bread. While the exact origin of the Reuben sandwich is up for debate, some folks reckon it was first served up in the early 1900s at Reuben's Delicatessen in the Big Apple. Others suggest that it was named after a regular bloke with the first name of Reuben. Regardless of its true origins, the Reuben sandwich has become a fair dinkum staple of American deli cuisine, and can be found in diners and restaurants across the States. So, chuck a shrimp on the barbie and give this delicious sanga a fair crack of the whip, mate!

Just keep in mind we are brining then smoking a brisket which would "technically" make it a Rachel sandwich, not a Reuben. 

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