DaveO Posted August 16, 2017 Share Posted August 16, 2017 2 minutes ago, DanielK said: A Cubano normally has both ham (glazed? never seen that) and roast pork. Do they just skip the roast pork at Earl's? Tons of fresh roasted pork (roasted that morning). Abundance of roast pork, smaller elements of proscuitto and cheese. Tons of roast pork. I guess the only thing that is the exact same with the original is the roast pork!!! I've had Cubanos with ham but more w/ glazed ham; glazed providing the sweetness element, which is why I was thinking that the honey mustard (plus fried pickles) does a nice job of replacing the sweetness from glazed ham. I've had them in Miami and Little Cuba in Jersey (Union City/Hoboken across from the Lincoln Tunnel into NY). I'm not an expert, but I've had a healthy number. Its the Earl's version. Its not a Cubano, but its a lot like a Cubano. Its good...and very hearty. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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