I was walking over to Glen Rock's Rocca Market, for a very good sandwich, when I noticed Marco Polo's sign has been covered with another sign which reads "Glen Panda."
Posts from May 2009
I'm not sure why I haven't posted about this deliciousness yet. In fact I'm not sure that I've posted about any deliciousness recently. Today's (or technically tomorrow's, I suppose - 5/24/09) article in the NY Times Magazine reminded me that I should.
Walking out of Montvale's Fire & Oak after our recent meal, I felt a feeling that I hadn't felt in quite some time. I had just given someone 100 bucks, and I wasn't pissed off about it. I felt like I actually got my money's worth.
Granted, this was just one visit, but my experiences at South City Prime, the now defunct restaurant which begat Fire & Oak (the "Prime" concept wasn't going to fly in this economy, so the owners scaled back their existing restaurant in Little Falls and the two they had planned to the more casual "Fire & Oak"), were always pleasurable, and I would like to assume Fire & Oak is on the same track.
Americans, by and large, small and large, enjoy bland meat and are turned off by any flesh, muscle or organ that resembles something that might have actually come from an animal. So it's no surprise to see "all white meat chicken" promoted in everything from soup to fajitas, and found on every "Italian" (actually, "Italian-American"...there's very little that is "Italian" about these places) menu in New Jersey, which generally offer 10 different flavors of chicken breast, none of which seem very Italian.
But Wendy's is taking this one step further.