"Best Use of The WORST Cheese" Winner – The Gerber Sandwich | Hyper Regional

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The Gerber is an open-faced ham and cheese sandwich created in 1973 in St. Louis, Missouri. It also happens to be the winner of “Best Use of The Worst Cheese.” So…let’s make it!

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0:00 Introduction
0:12 Sponsorship
2:09 Hyper regional.
2:26 What is a Gerber Sandwich?
2:40 🧀
3:26 Other cast members.
3:53 The origin story.
4:12 Spreading the garlic garlic.
4:45 💨
5:07 Tasting Provel.
5:28 Assembling the sandwich.
6:15 Paprika.
6:40 Itadakimasu.

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11 Replies to “"Best Use of The WORST Cheese" Winner – The Gerber Sandwich | Hyper Regional”

  1. Reading the comments and thinking on some past videos, I think you should start a new series for regional recipes. But do a few from each state/region. Then move onto to somewhere new.

  2. My Brother and his Family have lived in St Louis for >25yrs…in all that time, when I'd visit….pizza was normal. Thin crust, regular crust etc. And always, always made with mozzarella. I was there shortly before Thanksgiving and we went out for wings ( which is tricky because I grew up in a Buffalo suburb) and St Louis style pizza. Love thin crust, it's never bothered me at all….but something was off with this Pizza. I did notice the Girls ordered one Pie specifically with Mozzarella. I had to finally say, "something is off about the Pizza's" (the one specifically with Mozzarella was meat lovers which is too much meat, in my opinion for pizza) My brother finally confessed that the other pizza's the girls ordered were made with Provell Cheese, which I'd never heard of. The wings were great though, must be the owner grew up in Buffalo and knew to cook a wing well, lol. I later looked up what provell was and how it was made. You were exactly right. It is highly processed made with swiss, provolone and Mozzarella. However with enough "processed" stuff to give it that plasticky look and weird taste. But hey, Buffalo had a Sorento Cheese facility so I am a TOTAL Mozzarella snob, and they might think that's weird on Pizza. To each….

  3. I make something very similar, with sandwich thins. I use spicy mustard and mayo and then top with ham and Swiss. After the cheese is melted, I top with a little bit of garlic salt… yum 🤤 Now I want one! ❤

  4. I do love that you use cloth napkins. So nice, and great modeling for many! And DO plan to visit St Louis soon.

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