The sandwich was said to have invented by John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich in 1762 while he was playing cards and eating meat at the same time. He didn’t want to get his hands dirty, so he had the meat placed between two pieces of bread…and well, the rest is history. Back in
Regular hot dogs, I’m not much of a fan. Gourmet hot dogs on the other hand, count me in. My trip to Hot Doug’s last season showed me the great eats that Chicago has to offer, and makes me wonder why I never took the opportunity to visit the city years ago. Well, I’m a
Macku Sushi Good Japanese is hard to find, and great Japanese is even harder to find. On rare occasions, one happens to come across a gem amongst lackluster pickings. My sushi and sashimi experience at Macku didn’t just focus on taste, but also the eye candy that accompanied each plate. The establishment’s signature sashimi selections
Sure, New York City is home to a number of decent ramen places. Ra Ra Ken and Ippudo always come to mind, but living on the other side of the GW Bridge, driving to the city and circling the neighborhood to find a half-decent parking spot just for ramen is too much of a headache.
Upon hearing about bulgogi hot dogs from a friend some months ago, I was skeptical of a modern mish-mash between East and West. I am familiar with the concept of fusion, but this just sounded ridiculous. In one corner, a Western classic that’s as American as baseball. In the other corner, a traditional Korean dish