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Mitraillette

Submitted by Mich on Thursday, 11 December 2008One Comment - 44,131 views

 A “mitraillette” is a piece of baguette (long french bread), filled with some meat, topped with fries and sauce. Many variations exist, in fact, you can order whatever variation of meat and sauce you like.

The mitraillette is very popular in Brussels and the southern, french-speaking (Walloon) part of Belgium.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mitraillette

http://zebix.be/chello/frites/accueil.html#3

http://www.frites.be/v4/index.cfm?context=article&ContentID=764

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  • Brent says:

    This is similar to a sandwich called the Horseshoe popular in Springfield, Illinois.

    A Horseshoe consists of two slices of texas toast (thick sliced white bread, toasted and buttered), a lage pile of fries, seasoned ground beef, topped with cheese gravy.

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