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Great Porchetta Sandwich at Wheat and Sons (Anaheim Packing District)


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Great Porchetta Sandwich at Wheat and Sons (Anaheim Packing District)

mrsjoujou | Jul 7, 2014 09:58 AM

Wheat & Sons Butcher/Rotisserie is the creation of Ashly Amador and Nate Overstreet. They offer locally sourced organic meats, rotisserie items, sandwiches, sausages and Charcuterie. They even had Bone Marrow Butter that I would have purchased if I had an ice pack. The service was very friendly and helpful. They are located at the newly opened Anaheim Packing District.
We tried the following:

Roasted Potatoes
This were some of the best roasted potatoes we have had. Crispy on the outside and creamy on the inside. Reminded me of the ones from Roli Roti at the Ferry Plaza Farmers Market in San Francisco, but even tastier.
Porchetta Sandwich
This was a perfect sandwich. The luscious porchetta was very tender and juicy, but a little fatty. The crackling added a great crunch and the pesto added flavor. The radishes gave it an unexpected surprise. The perfectly toasted Ciabatta bread was a big part of this wining combination. Easily one of my favorite sandwiches and at $10 a bargain.
Bratwurst on pretzel bread
This had a great porky flavor and went very well with the Caramelized Onions and Whole Grain Mustard. The Pretzel bread was toasted beautifully and even though I try to stay a way from white bread, I could not stop eating it.
We tried them again a few days ago and I asked them if I could have a Porchetta plate with some potatoes and they said yes. They even added roasted cauliflower and a little salad. My husband tried their rotisserie chicken and enjoyed it.
You can see the pictures at:

Anaheim Packing District
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