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100 Favorite Dishes, No. 88: The Reuben At The Cock & Bull

For the life of me, I can't get a good shot of this sandwich.
For the life of me, I can't get a good shot of this sandwich.

To prepare for this fall's Best of Dallas® 2012 issue, we're counting down (in no particular order) our 100 Favorite Dishes. If there's a dish you think we need to try, leave it in the comments, or email me.

I went back to confirm, after last week's post. The Reuben is back at The Cock & Bull and it's just as good as ever.

To my knowledge chef Asher Stevens is the only guy corning his beef in-house for a Reuben in Dallas. The results are worth the effort, and I'll always hold out hope that he'll make his own kraut there some day too.

Regardless, the sandwich is put together well. The bread is toasted without too much butter, and Stevens cooks the sliced corned beef till some of the edges are crispy like bacon. It's just so good. Too bad they aren't open for lunch.

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No. 100: The Cleaver and Block Burger at NHS Tavern No. 99: The Bone Marrow at the Meddlesome Moth No. 98: Arepas at Zaguan Latin Cafe No. 97: Jalapeno Poppers at City Tavern No. 96: Elotes: Everywhere No. 95: Dan-Dan Noodles at Royal China No. 94: Smoked Ham Mac and Cheese at The Porch No. 93: Chicken and Waffles at Jonathon's Oak Cliff No. 92: Regina Margherita At Cane Rosso No. 91: Devils On Horseback At The Chesterfield No. 90: Ginger Soy Baby Back Ribs at Tei Tei Robata No. 89: Croissants From Rush Patisserie

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