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‘The Sandwich King’ is opening his latest shop in the Bucktown area in late 2015

Jeff Mauro came back to his hometown to open his first restaurant.

The Sandwich King comes to Chicago. Jeff Mauro, Next Food Network Star winner, is opening up his very first restaurant, a casual sandwich eatery in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood.The restaurant will be called Pork & Mindy’s, as a nod to the early TV appearance of the late, great Robin Williams.

The 2,500-square foot restaurant will open in late 2015, and will feature a multitude of tempting meats between two slices of bread, like bao pork, pulled smoked chicken, and pulled lamb. There will also be a super-crispy bacon BLT called Pig Candy and a waffle-bun chicken sandwich, according to the Chicagoist. The restaurant will also be a haven for local musicians and artists to showcase their work.

This is Mauro’s first restaurant, but not for long. He told the Chicago Tribune that this restaurant will be a flagship, and he and co-founder Kevin Corsello, have already been asked about franchising.

"My philosophy on sandwiches, and I've made a career of showcasing them, is simplicity," Mauro said. "There are too many sloppy sandwiches out there; my flavors are complex, but there will be no more than three or four ingredients.”


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


Jeff Mauro

Jeff Mauro (born July 24, 1978) is the co-host of the Food Network series The Kitchen and host of Sandwich King and $24 in 24. Prior to this, he was the winner of the seventh season of the Food Network Star competition. [1] Mauro, who is originally from Elmwood Park, Illinois, incorporates local Chicago restaurants into the context of his show. [1]

During Food Network Star, where fifteen contestants competed for an opportunity to have their own cooking show, Mauro maintained a strict concentration on sandwiches throughout the competition. The judges on the show noted Mauro's humor and likable persona, which are focal points of his personality on Sandwich King. [2]

Mauro rejected criticisms that there wasn't enough to say about sandwiches to fill out a season, noting that any handheld "meal" could be classified as a sandwich. [3] In 2012, Mauro was nominated for a Daytime Emmy award for his show Sandwich King on the Food Network Channel. The award eventually went to Bobby Flay for his show Bobby Flay's Barbecue Addiction.

In January 2014, Mauro became a co-host on the Food Network's series The Kitchen along with Sunny Anderson, Katie Lee, Marcela Valladolid and Geoffrey Zakarian. [4]

Mauro graduated from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois, in 2000, where he studied radio and television. [5] Jeff Mauro is also a Sigma Chi. [6]

In 2017, Jeff began appearing in ads for Subway restaurants.

  1. ^ ab Cheung, Ariel. "Elmwood Park's 'Sandwich King' lands Food Network show". Chicago Sun Times . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  2. ^
  3. "Jeff Mauro, 2011 Food Network Star Finalist". Archived from the original on 2011-09-02 . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  4. ^
  5. Passy, Charles (August 20, 2011). " ' Next Food Network Star' Winner Launches Sandwich Show". The Wall Street Journal . Retrieved 2011-09-01 .
  6. ^
  7. "Food Network's 'The Kitchen' - More Information About The Show". www.foodnetworkgossip.com.
  8. ^
  9. Rhodes, Abby (August 15, 2011). "A king is crowned". Bradley University . Retrieved 2012-04-29 .
  10. ^
  11. "Sig's Show $24 in 24 Debuts On Food Network". 5 October 2012.

This biographical article on a chef is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.


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