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The Liberty Sandwich

Written by Biggie on February 7, 2015
Deli Fresh Threads Liberty Sandwich T-shirt aka Fluffer Nutter - seafoam color

Last year I had plans to head to Boston for a shirt event and I wanted to create an exclusive design for that event.  I already had an idea for a Sandwich City shirt, Fluffah Nuttah,  and I knew I also wanted to work with a new artist for this design.The event ended up being cancelled, but I knew I still wanted to make it happen.

I asked one of my favorite artists, Regan Smith Clarke, from Boston to work on this design. I really like Regan’s vintage style (I own some of his designs) and thought he would be a great person to work with. I love what we came up with for Liberty Sandwich.  I look forward to working with Regan again on some more Deli Fresh Threads designs.

So what’s a Liberty Sandwich?  During World War I, Emma Curtis of Snowflake Marshmallow Creme published a recipe for the Liberty Sandwich, which consisted of peanut butter and Marshmallow Creme on oat or barley bread. The recipe was published in a promotional booklet sent out in 1918.  It wasn’t until 1960 that the Liberty Sandwich was called the Fluffernutter sandwich.

The Fluffernutter is the official unofficial state sandwich of Massachusetts.

The Liberty Sandwich is available in Seafoam and Heather Grey.

seafoam Liberty Sandwich

Shop Now at DeliFreshThreads.com and give Regan Smith Clarke a follow on twitter.

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About Biggie

I am a sandwich eater and I wanted to create a brand that gave the King Of Meals the love that it deserves. Deli Fresh Threads is all about the sandwich. I hope you enjoy my brand and my site. Please say hi and tell me how you came across my brand.

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