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Annie, Houston, TX
Posted: 8/11/2013 7:46:02 AM
Same to you, Diana. Maybe you'll add Hatch chilies to your sandwich creation?
Judy, South Salem, NY
Posted: 1/6/2011 5:39:47 AM
Sandwich find #3 sounds really yummy. Here's to lots of good eating and more good columns from you Judy in 2011. Cheers!
Diana, Austin, TX
Posted: 1/5/2011 8:46:48 PM
Thanks, David. I'm also game for local specialties of all sorts but could I order the meatloaf sandwich, rather than the roast beef in Omaha? Actually, my own standard for judging luncheonettes is the classic BLT - if they can do the simplest, I trust 'em.
Judy, South Salem, NY
Posted: 12/30/2010 8:40:54 AM
Those were magnificent sandwich delights. I'm really not sure they would go over real big in the midwest culture. We love our hot beef sandwich which really isn't a sandwich at all. It's open face as they call it here with sliced beef over just plain white bread, a big scoop of mashed potatoes, and a helping of corn. Gravey smothers the beef and potatoes. For the drink a steaming cup of hot cup of coffee in a whilte stained restaurant mug. That would be a small town Nebraska sandwich. Small town restaurants would be evaluated by how good their "Hot Beef Sandwich" tastes. It's not vegetarian; it's not complicated; it's not even very good for you; but here in the midwest the staples of life are meat, potatoes, and corn.

I've been to all parts of the country and through out Central America and have eaten things that well I have no idea what was in them and loved every minute of it. You always have such delightful things to eat in your blog. I wish I could be your official taster of food.

Have a great sandwich day.
David, Omaha, NE
Posted: 12/30/2010 7:22:58 AM

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