Sometimes it’s nice to have a sandwich for dinner. There’s a feeling of simplicity to it. There’s an even greater feeling of ease to if, if you’re using leftovers to start. I had some of the white ginger chicken leftover that was already deliciously flavored. Why not work that into an Indian spiced chicken salad,… Read More Persephone’s Deli| Devi’s Curried Chicken on Homemade Naan
When I worked in South Orange, New Jersey, there was a little tiny delicatessen (the Town Hall Deli) that claimed to have invented the sloppy joe. This is not a manwich (i.e., can o’ sauce over ground round). This is a serious sandwich with usually a couple of types of meat (the original had slices of… Read More Persephone’s Deli | Salmon on Rye
A great suggestion for one of the things you can do to participate in local foods week is eat at a “locally-minded” restaurant. So to make sure we touched as many points on the Eat Local Challenge Pledge Card as we could this week, my family visited the cheerful Caskey family at Skillet for lunch today. Even home-body Persephone… Read More “Eat at a Locally-Minded Restaurant”: Let’s go to Skillet!
Feel like you’ve spent your entire life in the customer service line? Tired of being fed the robotic, ubiquitous and industrial tomato soup with grilled processed cheese? Then give today’s lunch menu a go with someone you love. This light and tasty combo is vegetarian friendly and takes advantage of two peak late-summer crops. Its… Read More Soup and Sandwich for Two