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Category Archives: City Classics
NYC Food Truck Roundup
From last Thursday to this Wednesday we opened our wallets, kept our eye on Twitter and tracked down some of the finest mobile feasts our city as to offer. Read on for the full recap… THURSDAY: THE LOT ON TAP … Continue reading
Fried Lake Erie Perch
Clevelanders love their good, hearty fare. We love polish sausages, smokies, perogies, corned beef from Slyman’s, smothered ribs and summer’s sweet corn. People from outside our fair city, however, might not know that we actually love seafood as well. Clambakes … Continue reading
Posted in City Classics Tagged Cleveland, coleslaw, fish, fried perch, Great Lakes Beer, Lake Erie, oil, tartar sauce, Yellow Perch 2 Comments
Bagels and schmear
To me, the quintessential New York City food item is the bagel. This unique bread product was by no means invented here (thank you so much, 16th century Poland), however we have certainly taken many steps to make them as delicious and widespread as … Continue reading
Posted in City Classics Tagged bagel, bake, boil, breakfast, capers, cream cheese, lox, New York, red onion Leave a comment
Part of the charm of any city is its local cuisine or dish they’ve become known for. Chicago has their deep dish, Cincinnati, its chili, New Orleans – their po’boys. Come back next week and see how we’ve recreated our … Continue reading
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