Monday, August 30, 2010

ACCION Client in the News!

The San Diego Union Tribune featured an ACCION San Diego clients recently! Savory Deli and Market was profiled for their famous PLT sandwich. Check out why their PLT sandwich is causing a stir among food lovers!
Move over bacon, it's the PLT

By Keli Dailey, UNION-TRIBUNE
Wednesday, August 25, 2010 at 11:16 a.m.

The PLT at Savory Deli is whispering to you, "Don't ever go back to bacon."

About Savory Deli’s wildly popular PLT sandwich: The Pancetta, Lettuce, Tomato is the $5.85 invention of Gabriela LaLicata, a cook of Sicilian heritage who decided to forego bacon for sautéed, curly pancetta pieces -- glistening mind you, glistening. When I got into the PLT’s toasted, white-bread jaws it whispered that I was done with the BLT forever…unless it was a Monday, which is when the Savory Deli & Market is closed.

About Savory Deli: This 1,000-sq. ft. shop belongs to Michael Colvin and Julius Patam, who years ago confined their “Eat, Pray, Love” adventures to Europe. They’ve been doing Euro-deli specialties in University Heights since Dec. 2009. For brunch there’re Spanish egg scrambles and French crepes, and on Saturdays try the chicken-and-chorizo paella or the paella with mahi mahi, mussels, shrimp and calamari.

Savory also sells decadent imported products: colossal cerignola olives; anchovies from the lush part of northern Spain; a $230 bottle of aged balsamic vinegar with the Leonardi 1871 label. I say go for the sandwiches, the top-selling of which is the (surprise!) PLT.

Pancetta vs. bacon: The "Food Lover's Companion" breaks down the two hog meats this way: Bacon comes from the side of a pig and has been cured and smoked. Pancetta aka "Italian bacon" is hog's belly that's salt- or spice-cured, but not traditionally smoked. Hence the latter pig slice's extra pungent power.

Inside Savory Deli & Market, who imports an array of goods from France, Italy and Spain.

Savory Deli & Market, 4661 Park Blvd., University Heights; (619) 683-3772 or savorydelimarket.com; closed Mondays.

Click here to see the article on the San Diego Union Tribune website!

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