Thanks, BB! I enjoy reading your trip reports and those of others, too. I enjoy the mix of food photos and descriptions and local photos–historical or scenery.
Ralph Melton–Enjoyed your recent trip report to Texas, especially since my family lived there many years ago. My mother loved springtime and the bluebonnet season. I still have some old slides of those. I’ve never heard of barrel grinders, which doesn’t mean anything. They sound interesting, though. I’d guess that they aren’t a very common grinder variation. I might try making them at home sometime.
Ketteract’s start of this showed pictures of both hot and cold grinders and menus with lots of both on them. Depending on where you live, hot grinders (meaning oven-baked with meats, cheese, and often a sauce) are the most common, versus the cold ones I described. Sometimes you get lucky and have a choice of both!