Saturday, June 2, 2012

Sasha's Kitchen: Kobe Roast Beef Sandwich

I love kobe roast beef.  Its absolutely the best beef out there and the only kind of roast beef worth eating in a sandwich.  The best roast beef sandwich I've ever had is at a place in Park Slope called Bierkraft.  Bierkraft is a huge beer emporium, which also makes excellent sandwiches and has a fabulous selection of cheeses and charcuterie.  The kobe roast beef sandwich at Bierkraft, served with cheddar, tomato, arugula and horseradish mayonnaise is my absolute favorite.  It's always a treat to pick of their sandwiches for lunch.  I decided to recreate the bierkraft sandwich tradition in my own home for my husband and I with some Kobe style Wagyu roast beef from FreshDirect.  I bought a nice local Vermont cheddar, some fresh locally grown Jersey arugula, a tomato and whipped up my own horseradish mayonnaise.  I also threw in some cornichons which made the sandwich absolutely perfect.

Sasha's Kobe Roast Beef Sandwich (makes two)
1/2 lb Kobe Wagyu Roast Beef
Sliced cheddar cheese
handful of fresh arugula
sliced tomato
1/3 cup mayonnaise mixed with 2 tsp horseradish

Spread horseradish mayo on both sides of foccacia roll and assemble sandwich as shown above. Yum - just like my favorite Bierkraft tradition.

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