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Roadfood of the Day: Lefteris Gyro - Mount Kisco, NY
Posted on Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Lemon Chicken Soup

Did I mention that everything comes with pita bread?
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Posted by Jay on Monday, December 15, 2014 8:15 AM

Most travelers on the I-45 corridor from Dallas to Houston have seen the signs and most will not stop. I was once one of those. But now when my hunger will not allow me to get to Bill's Fried Chicken in Corsicana, (or it's a Sunday when Bill's is closed), I make a beeline to Kolache Depot.

No frills here, but a great and varied menu of real kolaches, not too sweet and priced right. Oh, and the savory sausage filled are amazing, too. In addition, they have a great selection of items like Louisiana meat pies, taquitos, breakfast tacos, (you get the picture) and the most righteous hot link sandwich I have had in a very long while. This link is a course ground 5:1 tube with an amazing black pepper spice that puts the hot in hot link! Ok, so there is the red dye factor, so I can't live on them, but it is worth it ...trust me! Yes, in a gas station, yes only one minute off the highway at exit 251B, and yes, man, you gotta get some here!
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Posted on Monday, December 15, 2014

Blueberry Blintz with a Side of Hash

You don't find blueberry blintzes at every diner.
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Posted on Sunday, December 14, 2014

Two dressed weiners with the homemade chili sauce.
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Posted on Saturday, December 13, 2014

Hash House Burger

Called "The One And Only," Kevin's burgers are crusty and well-seasoned.
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Posted on Friday, December 12, 2014
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Posted on Friday, December 12, 2014

Wonderful Chef and His Specialties

Our chef extraordinaire is seen here serving up the best burger in Marin along with fries.
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Posted by Michael Stern on Thursday, December 11, 2014 7:31 AM

Pizza Geometry

While the repertoire of pastries at so many of Fall River's Portuguese-accented bakeries is mostly sweet snacks and breads to take home, as well as fried malasadas, there is a whole other category of bakery in Fall River – the kind of place where you sit down and have a savory meal.

Marzilli's is a prize example, its outdoor sign subtitled "Grinder – Pizza." The menu here is similar to what you find in sleeves-up Mediterranean places throughout Southern New England, but with distinct southeastern Massachusetts flavor. Calzones are called chourico rolls, and they come filled with crumbled sausage; there are South Coast stuffies (stuffed quohog clams), kale soup, and Portuguese custard tarts.

Pizza is offered bakery-style, known as a tray, meaning that it is medium-thin, like focaccia, and generally bought by the individual piece, known as a square, and served at room temperature with toppings other than chourico a rarity. Grinders (the regional term for a submarine sandwich), are made on soft, fresh loaves that are delicious in and of themselves, but especially so when loaded with anything from meatballs to a chord of good Italian cold cuts. They come in three sizes; a large one, selling for about $10, is a good two feet long.
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Posted by Michael Stern on Thursday, December 11, 2014 5:24 AM

Pork, Transylvanian-Style

A hard-to-find restaurant in a mostly residential neighborhood, the Goulash Place is a treasure-trove of Eastern European gastronomy not far from Interstate 84. John and Magda Aczel lived upstairs in the back of their little Hungarian café, which they operated for a quarter century. Although Magdi passed away a few years ago, you will likely meet John, or at least see him when the kitchen door swings open. He is the chef.

Made-from-scratch specialties include three kinds of goulash, including our personal favorite -- Transylvanian, which is velvety hunks of pork adrift in sauerkraut. Other favorites include chicken paprikash, roast pork, and stuffed cabbage. It is a dilemma choosing side dishes, for Mr. Aczel's mashed potatoes are chunky, soulful spuds served with a bit of gravy from whatever they accompany; on the other hand, there are always nockerli, which are little hand-fashioned dumpling squiggles in a butter sauce that go so well with paprikash. With any meal, it is essential to fork into a bowl of traditional Hungarian cucumber salad – a refreshingly pickly tastebud-refresher.

Start with a bowl of wondrously aromatic chicken soup and finish with palascinke -- tender crepes wrapped around apricot and chopped-nut filling. From soup to nuts, this superb food is presented with Old-World charm so genuine that sometimes you feel that you are dining not in a restaurant, but at the home of a favorite relative.
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Posted on Thursday, December 11, 2014

Royal Guard Fish & Chips

Take-out order of fish & chips.
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