Philadelphia, PA - A few years ago, Elsie's Pickles came on the South Jersey culinary scene with their version of the low-carb Pikle Sandwich.
Elsie's Pickles Changes Name to Peace Love Pickles
The brainchild of Katherine Cohen, who co-owns the eatery with her husband Chad Jordan, has changed their name to Peace Love Pickles in an attempt to rebrand themselves nationwide.
Elsie's Pickles was opened in Haddon Township, NJ., back in 2019, and the unique sandwich was an instant social media success.
The sandwich shop claimed to be the – Home of the Original Pickle Sandwich when Katherine and her husband began using a family recipe and famous low-carb/keto-friendly pickle sandwiches. While the shop did not invent the sandwich, it helped make it popular in the South Jersey region. As the pickle sandwich is the perfect alternative to using bread by using a hollowed-out pickle as a substitute.
Just this year, the couple opened a second location in Northfield, NJ, followed by a third when it was recommended that the couple change name the name to better franchise the brand, and "Peace Love Pickles" was born.
The Peace Love Pickles Sandwich
At Peace Love Pickles, You can either build your own sandwich or pick from one of their specialty selections for an unforgettable gluten-free treat.
How does it work? They make use of giant pickles in place of the bread, which is scooped out in advance, then packed with meat, cheese, or anything else you wish to add. Toothpicks are brought in to keep the sandwich together.
Peace Love Pickles Menu
A must-try is "The Italian," which includes ham, capicola, salami, and provolone cheese. Or consider the "New York City Deli," which comes with turkey breast, corned beef, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island dressing, along with coleslaw.
The couple is now focused on expanding the brand nationwide as a specialty sandwich shop, focused on providing great sandwiched to individuals with dietary restrictions
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