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TFW you know there are more sandwiches than time.

Tim Carman knows sandwiches. Word. The man eats and eats and eats, drives and drives and eats some more so that the rest of us can eat more targetly. Still and all, his curated list – twenty-five sandwiches – is a whole lotta sandwiches. If a person were to dot the DC metro area map with Mr. Carman’s favorite sandwich joints, then connect the dots via drivable roadways, the route progresses in the shape of a hoagie. Twenty-five dots, twenty-five rendez vous with duo-bread destiny.

Past and Present Ami

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All photos by Deb Lindsey for the Washington Post.

Pastrami warrants ink. In DC. Hallelujah. Language is liquid and much of it, maybe most of it, is brackish. Pastrami. When did it start? Who thought it up? The story involves water, both salty and not, and travels a long loopy path to us.

How pastrami joints stack up in DC here.