Excellent Eats At Al’s Italian Beef in Chicago

The Italian Beef

I’ll be honest with you, the main reason I chose Al’s Italian Beef is because I saw it on Adam Richman’s Best Sandwich in America TV show on the Travel Channel a few months back. But that’s not the first time I had an Italian beef sandwich. I had one several times a couple years ago in Chicago when I went with my brother & sister-in-law. Unfortunately, I don’t remember the name of that …

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David Burke’s ‘Not-So’ Primehouse + Thoughts On Dry Aged Beef

55 Day Himalayan Salt Dry Aged Bone-In Ribeye

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to go up to Chicago for a weekend getaway. Due to time constraints, I didn’t get to eat at all the places I would have liked. I did make it a goal however to eat at one of the so-called “better” steakhouses that Chicago had to offer. Unfortunately, my wife was adamant of not going to a steakhouse but luckily, Aaron, Haley’s friend’s boyfriend was willing to …

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Gus’s World Famous Hot & Spicy Fried Chicken Arrives to Brentwood

Half Chicken Plate

If you were to ask my wife what one of my favorite foods is, fried chicken would rank at the top. Anytime I see fried chicken on a menu, I order it unless something usurps it (like steak). There’s just something about hot chicken, deep fried and encased in a seasoned, crispy, skin that I just can’t turn away. Luckily earlier this evening, I had the opportunity to test out a new fried chicken …

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Modest Cajun/Creole Cuisine at Cajun Invasion in Franklin, Tennessee

Cajun Invasion

Last Friday, I convinced my friends Jonathan, Clint, and Matt to try out Cajun Invasion in Franklin, Tennessee. Cajun Invasion, as the name implies, is a Cajun/Creole restaurant that has been open for a few months now. Because I’ve never actually been to Louisiana, I can’t really tell you what “real” Cajun/Creole cuisine tastes like. What I do know is that I like it a lot… however the only kind I’ve tasted were at …

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