Damn Good Sandwich: The Connecticut Grinder 2

A guy in my hometown invented grinders (subs/heroes/hoagies/torpedos/insert your regionalism here) and we’re still the best area in the country to get one. It’s depressing when you want one in New York and even the best places serve a concoction that wouldn’t half-pass muster back home. (Tino’s and certain other Arthur Avenue fixtures being happy exceptions, but even then they specialize in hot subs.)

So I toasted the grinder for Maxim. It’s the best sandwich out there — and that’s sayin’ something, even if it’s with a full mouth.

The Connecticut Grinder -- a damn good sandwich invented in New London

2 thoughts on “Damn Good Sandwich: The Connecticut Grinder

  • Susan Mayer

    I used to live in Conn. and long for the grinder I have eaten there! Now I live outside the US and would like to prepare it for my kids – as crispy and with a thousand flavors! How can I make it with a home toaster-oven?
    Thanks, Susan