Every area of the country is known for some type of food: New York hot dogs, Chicago pizza, Southern fried chicken, etc. I have learned since moving to the mid-West that outside of corn, Indiana is best known for their pork loin sandwiches. Picture the largest piece of fried meat that you can imagine, slap it on a bun 1/3 its size, and there you have it. The first couple of times that I tried it, I wasn’t too impressed. But one of the adventures of living around the world is searching for those true local restaurants that really give you a taste of the local food. So when Hank and I heard about this little place in Gnawbone, Indiana(pronounced “Ganawbunny” by the locals) that apparently has the best pork loin sandwiches in the state, we had to go and try it out. Now growing up in the south, I have learned that some of the best soul food is sold out the back of hole in the wall places. So when we heard that this place was selling sandwiches out the back of an old gas station, we were pretty optimistic. Sure enough, this is what we saw driving up.