Girlfriend says this is an authentic Cuban sandwich.
I respectfully disagree.
Have found some anecdotal evidence on this board and others of a 1930's speciality sandwich made for a Havana socialite that might have some thin thread of Cuban heritage.
Anyone want to venture an opinion? Please?
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