Bison Reuben

The quintessential Corned Beef Sandwich is known as a Reuben. It was invented in the early 1920s by a New York City accountant and features corned beef, swiss cheese, sauerkraut, and Russian dressing on marbled rye bread. Its sister sandwich, The New Yorker, features corned beef and pastrami, swiss cheese, and deli mustard on marbled rye bread.

Since we are straying away from the traditional Reuben by using corned bison (you can find that recipe here) instead of corned beef in the sandwich, we may as well just call it what we want: The O'McPrairie