19 min

48 - Mike Carney of Pittsburgh Sandwich Society The Slaw: Staying On Top of Pittsburgh

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In this episode we chat with Mike Carney, who, along with his partner, Erin Andrzejewski, owns Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. Learn how he got his start in kitchens and why they started the business with a food truck instead of a restaurant. Who’s a member of this sandwich society? We all are -- customers, social media followers, and the people who offer critiques and motivation to keep them going. As such, Carney explains how he is wrestling with the reality that “the core of [their] industry is bringing people together and their purpose is to have a line at the truck,” so he questions if it is “right or socially responsible to serve people at this time,” while noting their social distance sandwich slide invention and modified order and payment systems. Listen to learn his cooking motto and some tips for your own kitchen adventures. At our request, he designs the most Pittsburgh of Pittsburgh sandwiches (spoiler alert, Rick Sebak is an integral part of the process). For folks who recall our Sunny Side Up Brunch series, we learn who and what was the inspiration for the unique sandwiches on the menu each month, and Carney reveals the one brunch sandwich he promises to make in the future when it is safe to gather again. 
 
Links in this episode:
PSS website Instagram Facebook

In this episode we chat with Mike Carney, who, along with his partner, Erin Andrzejewski, owns Pittsburgh Sandwich Society. Learn how he got his start in kitchens and why they started the business with a food truck instead of a restaurant. Who’s a member of this sandwich society? We all are -- customers, social media followers, and the people who offer critiques and motivation to keep them going. As such, Carney explains how he is wrestling with the reality that “the core of [their] industry is bringing people together and their purpose is to have a line at the truck,” so he questions if it is “right or socially responsible to serve people at this time,” while noting their social distance sandwich slide invention and modified order and payment systems. Listen to learn his cooking motto and some tips for your own kitchen adventures. At our request, he designs the most Pittsburgh of Pittsburgh sandwiches (spoiler alert, Rick Sebak is an integral part of the process). For folks who recall our Sunny Side Up Brunch series, we learn who and what was the inspiration for the unique sandwiches on the menu each month, and Carney reveals the one brunch sandwich he promises to make in the future when it is safe to gather again. 
 
Links in this episode:
PSS website Instagram Facebook

19 min

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