The meats comported themselves with the savory extravagance you'd expect. The Genoa salami brought its rich buttery character, the capicola added a whisper of smokiness. The mortadella smoothed things out with its distinctive pork notes: Really good baloney, if you're not familiar with mortadella. And yes, I had to pull pieces from the sandwich to detect the different tones in the meats. Taken together, they're a great cured meat trio — like you'd find in a good Italian cold cut sandwich (Larry's version is called Our Hero). Provolone cheese is another classic ingredient and helps balance the medley. Along with the bread, it also helps cushion the impact of the aggressive olive salad.