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by Sarah Steimer

This open-face sandwich is my riff on the “Train to Tuscany” at Publican Quality Meats here in Chicago. I love Publican Quality and have been absolutely nuts about the place since my first visit a year ago. The store is one part market, one part butcher and one part cafe. I always leave so inspired and want to copy everything, from the sandwiches down to the table settings.

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by Sarah Steimer

Dandelion greens can be pretty bitter, even once they're wilted. The richness of the "cream" (which --- surprise! --- uses no dairy products), helps to balance everything out. I would suggest serving this as a side dish with fish or chicken, cooked simply.

Dandelion greens can be pretty bitter, even once they’re wilted. The richness of the “cream” (which — surprise! — uses no dairy products), helps to balance everything out. I would suggest serving this as a side dish with fish or chicken, cooked simply.

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