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The rise of the Reuben

While the exact origin of the Reuben sandwich is uncertain, different accounts put its genesis at somewhere between 1914 and 1926. Now that’s a sandwich with staying power. 409 more words

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The Tie Dye Grill 1311 N. Shadeland Ave.

Pat and I had lunch here a few years back but it was never properly reviewed. I did mention it in a post with some other places but nothing specific to the Tie Dye. 278 more words

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Unable to Tire of Sandwiches

So I had a Reuben at Grendel’s in Cambridge, MA today. Not as good as Mike’s Deli in Brookline, but the sauerkraut was quite tangy. 147 more words

USA! USA! USA! (Part 6) New York, New York!

What: An American Road Trip – Part 6 – the final leg New York
When: May / June 2015
Distance from home: 3459 Miles
Length of adventure: 359 more words

Deli Sokolow

There is just something about a Jewish-style deli that I really enjoy. Given my lack of Jewish ancestry, it is not simply a function of what I grew up with because I didn’t. 593 more words

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World Photography Day and My 67th Birthday!

A nice coincidence for someone who loves photography!  I also have 4 friends who have birthdays on this day, as well as Pres Bill Clinton and Orville Wright! 86 more words

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