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August 8, 2011 at 10:50am

Damn good sandwich for lunch

Rosewood Cafe owner Barry Watson fights crime with delicious sandwiches. Photo credit: Patrick Snapp

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Dedicated to Rick Price, a firefighter based in the Key Peninsula town of Home, Rick's Dip honors the friend and supporter of the Rosewood Café.  Few sandwiches can compare. Roast Beef is the foundation. Sautéed onions are done to perfect, soft, caramelized sweetness. Horseradish mayo: a subtle complement that would be noticed more if it were not there. Havarti: Yum! Rustic roll: great balance between chewy and soft. Rosemary au jus: Dip away. The Rick's Dip epitomizes the savory balancing act done by geniuses. 

[Rosewood Café, 3323 N. 26th St. Tacoma.  253.752.7999]

LINK: Super Best of Tacoma issue

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