Yearly Archives: 2007

Algonquin Sub Shop – Revisited

Nick and I stopped by the Algonquin Sub Shop this past weekend on our way back to the city.  If you are ever in the area and looking for a sandwich, there is no reason to stop anywhere else.  I posted nearly 2 years ago about another visit, but ate my sandwich before I had […]

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jeannette - the where’s waldorf is totally my kind of sandwich! it sounds lovely and i think i’ve got to try to replicate it at home now. you and your husband sure are cuties!

A friend of the Ryals! - Hehe I love the Ryals they are great people and I really believe thats why there shop is so amazing! Their sandwiches are so good! I’ve never actually picked the sandwich I wanted to eat they always just gave me one and I loved it!


Nick started a food blog.  It’s all about meat.  If you tire of the vegetarian fare at Pro Bono Baker, go read his first post about a very special ham sandwich.

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Black Bean Soup and Cornbread

Last weekend my brother came into the city to spend the day with me before he returned to Grinnell to finish out his senior year.  We wandered around Logan Square, drank coffee in the cold, took the train down to Chinatown to eat a delicious lunch and buy tea, and stopped at the grocery store […]

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Jen - Gosh, what I wouldn’t do for some real, hot peppers out here. I mean, I’m in hungary. There are peppers frikin everywhere, but none of them are habaneros. Or jalapenos. Or guajillos. Or poblanos. Man. I need me some mexican food. Thanks for the good memories of home. xo

Evan Petrie - This was a delicious dinner indeed. The perfect meal for the end of a day spent wandering about in the cold.

Emmy - That soup looks delicious. Thanks for sharing the recipe. I’ve put it on my to-make list :)