Posts tagged sandwich

Ode to the baloney sandwich

By | November 18, 2013 8:07 am | 0 Comments

When I was a kid, my dad bought Smith’s baloney or bologna by the log. Big 10-pound rolls. My brother fondly recalls that we had quarter pounder sandwiches long before McDonald’s invented them. But ours included a half inch slab of baloney with a slice or three of cheese and mustard on plain, old Sunbeam…

 

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Wonderful wacky Wednesday delights from NPR and USA Today

By | February 6, 2013 8:24 am | 0 Comments

For laughs today, here’s the sandwich I know my kids would love. It’s a grilled mac and cheese. I’m not a fan, but NPR‘s Ian Chillag of The Salt says the only thing that could make it worse for you is if they deep fried it. Read the full story here. In USA Today, columnist…

 

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Eggsactly what we baby boomers ate, post-Easter

By | April 9, 2012 7:20 am | 2 Comments

I don’t know how we baby boomers survived as children. At least at my house. We grew up eating egg-salad sandwiches for lunch at school. They were slapped together on plain, old white bread, wrapped in cellophane and popped into a brown paper bag. There were no insulated bags at our house, and lunches were…

 

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