Beautiful looking sandwich! I tried Utz chips for the first time recently-just the regular ones-but was eyeballing the ones you pictured. How were they?
Old Bay seasoning, essentially. If you like that, you’ll like these!
Utz and Wise seem to be the two huge brands of potato chips in this area, and I generally prefer Utz’s, especially their salt and vinegar which is one of the most pleasingly acidic I’ve found. So many brands hold back when it comes to that variety.
The great part about living here is the abundance of choices throughout the state. Everyone has their favorites, but are always searching for more. I have two local places that make excellent meatball grinders, Holiday Rest in New Milford and Bantam Pizza.
Duly noted! Now I have to decide if I feel like another sandwich today… [;)]
I have been going to them for years and have not been disappointed. As someone who acquired a taste for cheese steaks after living in the Philly region for a few years, I am always searching for a good one. Jersey Mike’s opened recently in Brookfield, CT recently and I thought I would try it. The meat, onions and cheese were OK, but the bread was not quite “Philly” type. I also felt they were a little skimpy on how much they put in it. The 6″ version was $7.75 and the 12″ $12.95. Since they just opened I may try them again. However, I will have my daughter bring me a “real” Philly cheese steak when she visits next time from the Philly area.
When I lived in KC, there was a place called PhillyTime that did a mediocre interpretation, and that’s my whole experience so far. Never had a proper one, and as well as CT does sandwiches, I’m thinking that I should just haul my butt to Philadelphia before I try again – unless someone can recommend a place in CT that genuinely compares. (Won’t bother with chains!) [:)]