Guinea Grinders

Patty OBrien Recipe

By Patty OBrien Pattyokeys

Who dosen't like a Great Sandwich?
Italian Sausage, hamburger and just delicious. My family, friends and even past customers at restaurants I have managed, just love them.


Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves:
4-6
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Ingredients

4 1/2 tsp
fennel seed
2 tsp
garlic powder
2 tsp
onion powder
1 can(s)
small can tomato sauce
1
lb hamburger
1
lb of italian sausage
1 pkg
cheese, shredded maozarella
1 pkg
hoagie buns (6)
1 jar(s)
mild or hot sliced banana peppers
1 bottle
yellow mustard

Directions Step-By-Step

1
brown hamburger and sausage together. Drain grease and rinse meat with warm water. Put meat and spices, tomato sauce back on stove and warm.
2
place hoagie buns with cut side up on cookie sheet. Squirt mustard on inside of bottom bun. Place a layer of peppers on top of mustard and fill with meat. Cover with cheese and cover sandwiches with foil place in oven for 10 mins at 350 degrees or until cheese is done.
3
slice and Enjoy!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Pork
Regional Style: Italian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
  • Comments

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  • user
    Frances Bocchino dedelicious - Dec 14, 2012
    Whoever named this 'sandwich' couldn't be more offensive.
  • user
    marv Razor hskrsedge - Jan 28, 2013
    That would be the the Italians in Des Moines who have made a living selling them for many generations ... doesn't make it right but it is what is... kinda like the white man taking the country from the native Americans and nearly making them extinct...the very land that you live on today. Have a great day!
  • user
    joe mascaro joemungus - Feb 5, 2013
    Im as Italian as you can get. I'm also originally from Des Moines. When my father was a boy the word Guinea wasnt polite. However something happened between the 1930s and the 1970s. "guinea", in Des Moines,anyway... Became a word to be proud of. Not just a little bit. Its a word of great respect when used by one italian to describe another. If you were italian you would use it with love. By the time the 80s came around it meant nothing but to be descriptive of "that which is Italian" when used by others. Like "pizano" or "goombah". There used to be a restaraunt called the "Guinea Grinder" on Hickman avenue in the 70s. If any of my Italian friends would have been offended they'd have lit it on fire and beat the hell out of anyone who ran out of it. Really. Its okay. If youre offended by this i'm sorry. I'm a proud Dago. Piss on anyone who doesnt like it. By the way..... Great recipe and thank you! Joe. Seattle.