How have none of you "no's" asked "A hot dog is between bread, is it a sandwich?"
That would've been my first talking point.
Somebody mentioned something about a hot dog, I think.
We should all tweet famous chefs and get their opinions on the matter.
I have messages out to Michael Symon, Jonathon Sawyer (James Beard Nominee) and Michael Ruhlman (James Beard Award winning author). Cleveland doesn't do many things well, but food is definitely one of them.
I say a hamburger is not a sandwich the same way the Grateful Dead are not a jamband. A hamburger might look like a sandwich, being meat between two slices of bread, just like the Grateful Dead might look like a jamband, being a set of musicians playing long, psychedelic improvisations, but neither are these things. They are similar, but different enough to necesitate a different title. Each have achieved a level of greatness that doesn't make it fair to lump them in with the term "jamband" or "sandwich". They got their own thing going on, you know?
Post by nodepression on Aug 4, 2012 10:58:31 GMT -5
My aunt lives in Hamburg, it's a pretty boring suburb of Buffalo that to my knowledge doesn't have any of the calling cards of a town that really lays claim to something. There's no national hamburger museum, no giant benevolent stone hamburger monuments. They lose style points there.