Sampling the 'Cubano' Sandwich in Little Havana

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A Cuban sandwich, or "Cubano" as it is served on Calle Ocho, in Miami, Florida. (Photo: Steve Dolinsky)

The Cubano, or Cuban sandwich, has been a staple of workers' lunch in Cuba for a century. The sandwich reached the Florida shores when those workers began migrating to America. It has since become a regular food item on America's global menu. But perhaps no one can put together a "Cubano" like Cuban restaurants in Miami. Reporter Steve Dolinsky has been sampling a few in Little Havana and gives his recommendations to anchor Lisa Mullins.
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