Philadelphia Restaurant Commemorates Chip Kelly's Time with Eagles with Sandwich

Katie Richcreek@BookstoreKatieFeatured ColumnistJanuary 6, 2016


The layers of representation in this sandwich might give you a headache.

Crafted by chef Joseph Shilling of Pig, a Philadelphia restaurant, the Chip Kelly pork belly sandwich commemorates the recently fired coach's time with the Philadelphia Eagles.

The "three-bite" bit signifies Kelly's three seasons with the franchise, while the pork belly meat is smothered in Oregon blackberry jam as a symbol for his time with the Oregon Ducks. It's priced at $1.60 to fuel the chef's hope for the future without Kelly—a 16-0 record.

Oh and it's served on toast, well, for obvious reasons.

[Instagram, h/t Extra Mustard]


The latest in the sports world, emailed daily.