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  • I didn't want to do anything to disturb my Election Day ritual of casting my ballot and then retiring to Fine & Schapiro, a nearby kosher deli, for a rare roast-beef sandwich (Russian dressing on the side), fries and a Dr. Brown's Black Cherry Soda.

    Politicos on the Home Front

  • While Arby's has said it saw improved sales last year, the chain had been in decline for many years and particularly suffered during the economic downturn, partly because of perceptions its signature roast-beef offering was too expensive.

    Ex-Burger King Marketing Chief Hired by Arby's

  • Mr. Klein said he was attracted to Arby's because of the unique position it has in the market with the roast-beef sandwich offering, whereas many quick-serve restaurants make burgers their staple.

    Ex-Burger King Marketing Chief Hired by Arby's

  • You have to be careful when picnicking at La Push or werewolfs will steal your roast-beef sandwich!

    Stuff We Did On Our Vacation, Part One; Or, A Pictorial Essay on Vampire Habitats

  • Same thing if you make a roast for dinner, have one serving, and pack a roast-beef sandwich for lunch the next day.

    The Small Change Diet

  • Last year, the garlic-stuffed roast-beef po'boy won the "Best Roast Beef" award at the Po-Boy Festival.

    New Orleans's Most Famous Sandwich

  • In recent years, the popularity of roast-beef po'boys with Swiss cheese and beef gravy has given shrimp and oyster a run.

    The Crescent City's Greatest Po'boys

  • Since taking it over with his wife, a New Orleans native, he's left the rickety look intact, continued to allow smoking, and he's concocted his own roast-beef po'boy recipe, using an oven-roasted inside round and a gravy made from beef broth, drippings, flour and spices.

    The Crescent City's Greatest Po'boys

  • Last year, the garlic-stuffed roast-beef po'boy—airy and juicy, with clove-crunching aroma, built on Leidenheimer bread one of its trucks—won the "Best Roast Beef" award at the Po-Boy Festival.

    The Crescent City's Greatest Po'boys

  • Mr. Carreras, 40, carried over his award-winning roast-beef po'boy recipes to the new space, which is 8,000 square feet compared with the old 2,000, and he is taking out ads in local weeklies, even renting a billboard, to announce the new location and fill the also sparsely occupied seats.

    The Crescent City's Greatest Po'boys

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