Gerald Ford somehow missed your notice? The president that followed Nixon?
Hey, if Bill Clinton can forget sex, why can't Ford II forget Gerald Ford?
I always loved their reverse chocolate cookies. Chocolate cookie batter with milk & white chocolate chunks. I've tried to reproduce it a few times with limited success.
I know the shop closed down many years ago, but I was hoping someone in the area might remember more about them or what might have happened to the owners.
I'd love to get a recipe for these cookies!
Maybe try the Neiman-Marcus $250 cookie recipe [ http://www.neimanmarcus.com/store/service/nm_cookie_recipe.jhtml ] and add cocoa powder to the recipe, and substitute the correct type of chunks[A ??
So this time I'm in Chicago. Or rather Lincolnshire, which is about an hour outside of Chicago. For at least another two weeks.
Anybody else out this way?
<laughs> Sadly, I'm going on my 3rd week here and have yet to have chicago pizza!
I did, however, manage to find a real boiled bagel and hand-cut novy....
FWIW, there are plenty of places in Chicago that serve a traditional, thin crusted, large triangle sliced pizza.
The geography is all wrong to call it pizza.
(Just getting that in before IG does.)
state as "upstate"?
I find it hard to find "good pizza" outside of my hometown. Perhaps it is what I was used to, I know when I come back I can't find that
Do people outside that particular city some how confuse the city with therest of the state? Do they refer to the refer to the > rest of the
state as "upstate"?
Generally, we in fact refer to anything north of 38th st as "Canada."
To be fair, though, almost all of those shops are owned and operated by former New Yorkers. :P
lines. It wasn't how I remembered. They had a great specialty pizza, great subs, and a great little bakery but the traditional pizza
wasn't how I remembered.
This place had no seating, take out only. It was like a really small convenience store, with a deli and bakery counter.
I don't know about Florida, but from what I've heard, parts of North Carolina are now essentially embassies of New York. I wish our politicians would leave the state too.
it just like New York."