10 Things You Didn't Know About Jeff Mauro

Jeff makes you laugh on The Kitchen and has mastered the art of sandwich making, but there’s plenty more you might not know about him. 

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All About Jeff

Read on to find out little-known facts about Jeff, including what he considers the perfect sandwich and which food you’ll never see him eat. 

French Fries or Onion Rings? Fries

Get the Recipe: Sweet Potato Fries

Sourdough, Whole-Wheat or White? Whole-Wheat

What He Listens to in the Kitchen: The Beatles

Baseball or Football? Football (Chicago Bears)

Favorite Guest Judge on Food Network Star: Guy Fieri

Ketchup, Mustard or Mayo? Mustard

Bacon or Sausage? Bacon

Ultimate Sandwich: Pastrami, One Slice of Cheese and Honey-Dijon on Rye

One Food He Won’t Eat: Cottage Cheese

Cat or Dog? Dog

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