The French Pastry School
Stuffed Baguettes

The simple baguette is not just a medium for meat and cheese, but the foundation of meals throughout city streets and towns around the globe. Sandwiches play a huge role in the lives of those who take lunchtime breaks.


Take, for instance, the Cuban, a Miami favorite, consisting of a grilled submarine layered with ham, roast pork, cheese, and pickles. Or, consider the Beef on Weck, a specialty of Buffalo taverns: slices of rare roast beef and fresh horseradish piled high on “kimmelweck,” a hard crusted roll enrobed in pretzel salt and caraway. Indigenous to New Orleans, as well as crusty Sicilian bread, the Muffuletta is a sandwich filled with provolone, Genoa salami, and Cappicola ham, topped with a bountiful olive salad. There are also others like the classic Philly Cheesesteak, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Grilled Cheese, and the list goes on…