Binghamton’s marinated, skewered, charcoal-cooked hunks of pork known as spiedies are quintessential bar food, wanting nothing more than cold bottles of Genesee beer to be complete sustenance. Their presentation is straightforward: the meat on the skewer rests on a slice of plain white bread which rests on a small paper plate. That’s all there is to it. The bread is blah, but you need it as a mitt to hold the meat. More important, the bread’s blandness is a foil for the meat’s zest, in the same way supermarket white bread is de rigueur with spicy barbecue. Condiments are irrelevant, and no vegetables are threaded with the bite-size chunks of grill-crisped pork. When you bite into a piece, it blossoms with porky goodness.