Thursday, July 5, 2018

bauru -

Bauru is a popular sandwich or sandwich that comes from Brazil. The traditional recipe uses cheese (usually mozzarella) melted with bain-marie, grilled slices, tomatoes, and pickled cucumbers in crumbly French bread or crust (soft inside) is removed.

Bauru has a fairly well-documented history. In 1934, a student of Faculdade de Direito do Largo de São Francisco in São Paulo, Casemiro Pinto Neto (known as Bauru as originally from the city of the same name in the state of São Paulo), entered "Ponto Chic", a traditional restaurant and college hangout, and ask the chef to prepare sandwiches from his specifications. "Bauru's Sandwich" instantly became a hit, and eventually became the best-selling dish in the place.

However, many other restaurants offer sandwiches or sandwiches called Bauru with different combinations of potions - for example, using sliced ​​ham instead of grilled or sliced ​​bread instead of French bread. Bauru City eventually named the traditional Bauru as the city's official sandwich, codified the recipe in city law and instituted an official certification program.