Garlic-ridden broccoli rabe, superthin slices of sharp provolone, and Italian long hots (that is, long hot peppers) each supply their obligatory bite, while a still-simmering herb-and bone-stock braising liquid rounds out the flavor of the long-roasted pork itself in Federoff's namesake sandwich ($12). Your sandwich will never be dry, to be sure, but if wet is not wet enough, ask for "overboard" to secure another ladle or two of liquid. The crusty seeded Italian bread can take it — just be sure your cardboard caddy doesn't spring a leak!
Federoff's Roast Pork
At Smorgasburg, weekends during the warmer months
Saturday: 90 Kent Ave. (North 7th-North 8th Sts.), Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Sunday: Pier 5 (near Joralemon St.), Brooklyn Bridge Park