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Food is 'made, not weighed' at sandwich shop

Orlando Olivarez piles the pulled pork on the bread roll as if he were planning to eat the sandwich himself.

“Our food is made, not weighed,” he said, reciting his restaurant’s motto. “This is basically my own kitchen.”

For the last month and three days, Olivarez noted, he’s been serving homemade barbecue sandwiches and hot dogs to hungry customers.

He menu runs from basic, like a $3.99 hot dog, to culinary decadence — a $10.49 hamburger with more than a pound of beef, six strips of bacon and two slices cheese. It’s called The Terminator and so far 13 people have tried the sandwich, he said.

Read the full story in Wednesday's Merced Sun-Star.