Archive | May, 2009

Sloppy Joe, Slop Sloppy Joe

29. May 2009

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Sloppy Joe, Slop Sloppy Joe

I haven’t been able to say the words “sloppy joe” in 15 years without hearing Adam Sandler’s hypnotic chorus to his popular Saturday Night Live performance of Lunch Lady Land.  It drove a spike in my brain that will probably haunt me for another 15 years.  And the unfortunate side effect of that song is [...]

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Chefs Discuss The Great American Sandwich

28. May 2009

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Chefs Discuss The Great American Sandwich

Metropolitan Home has a great article on the importance of the sandwich from the mouths of great American chefs. Sisha Ortuzar, head chef at Tom Colicchio’s ‘wichcraft talks about the ability to turn anything into a sandwich, a portable form of a meal. Donald Link of Cochon Butcher Shop in New Orleans applies the same [...]

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Noble: An American Cookery Burger

27. May 2009

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Noble: An American Cookery Burger

Chef Steven Cameron’s work at Blue in Surf City, NJ earned him national acclaim and semi-finalist rankings in 2008 and 2009 for the James Beard Foundation Awards: Best Chef, Mid-Atlantic.  The Kansas-raised transplant to Philadelphia brings a farm-fresh mentality and earnestness to the city, turning to the vast agriculture of PA and NJ to source [...]

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How To Grill A Better Burger: Celebrity Chef Recipes

26. May 2009

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How To Grill A Better Burger: Celebrity Chef Recipes

Now that it’s officially burger season again, Parade Magazine wrote a cover story featuring Bobby Flay called “Great Outdoor Eating: Grill A Better Burger,” where Chef Flay gives us some of his more interesting and colorful takes on the classic burger like the Pimento Cheese & Bacon Burger and the Green-Chili Burger.  Parade also gives [...]

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Celebrating Memorial Day With Sandwiches

25. May 2009

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Celebrating Memorial Day With Sandwiches

Memorial Day is a time to remember the men and women who devoted their lives to serving our country. It’s also a time to enjoy the company of friends and family, with food and drink. As the unofficial start of summer, people across our nation fire up the grill and start cooking burgers, hot dogs [...]

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Around The Web: Crafty Reusable Sandwich Wrappers

22. May 2009

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Around The Web: Crafty Reusable Sandwich Wrappers

Unbreaded reader Kimberly S. tipped us off to a crafty and environmentally conscious way to transport your sandwiches without using disposable baggies, plastic wrap or foil.  Her handmade Reusable Sandwich Wrappers package up your pastrami on rye in style. The sandwich wrap is made of two layers of durable, impermeable oilcloth material sewn together. Simply [...]

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13,020 Sandwiches And Counting

21. May 2009

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13,020 Sandwiches And Counting

Food.com has released a simple-to-use web application that lets you collect and organize recipes from around the web in your own personal recipe box.  It has a robust search utility, offering content from Bon Appetit, CHOW, Cooking Light, Epicurious, Food & Wine, Food Network, Gourmet, Martha Stewart, Real Simple, RecipeZaar and more.  The site also [...]

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Eating And Tweeting: How Twitter Is Boosting Restaurant Business

20. May 2009

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Eating And Tweeting: How Twitter Is Boosting Restaurant Business

Breaking news wire, place to catch up with your friends, celebrity tracker, whatever you might call it, Twitter’s user base and mainstream popularity is exploding. Some people have ragged on the microblogging service, questioning its longevity and overall usefulness due to an overload of mundane tweets about users’ lives. On the flip side, businesses are [...]

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