Bites

The 20 most recent comments, in reverse chronological order.

1 Nov 13, 2017 9:56:03 AM
LindsayC608 on Sol's on the Square

Eun Sol Yu was the original owner with her dad, Young Yu. Hence "Sol's."

(Giggling at this: JM couldn't bring himself to chow down on seaweed because, well, he just doesn't like it. :-))

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2 Nov 5, 2017 9:50:01 AM
Tim Brechlin on Soho Gourmet Cuisines

Grammar pet peeve: "Comprise" is an active, not passive, verb. The proper statement would be, "The Hong Kong tomato sauce comprised..."

If you wanted to use the passive voice, "composed" would be the appropriate choice.

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3 Oct 27, 2017 7:51:08 AM
Elizabeth on Soho Gourmet Cuisines

We try to make excuses to get to that side of town. We love their spicy green beans and tofu. The green beans are one of the few times that Todd gets excited about a green vegetable.

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4 Oct 24, 2017 7:38:08 AM
JSE on Soho Gourmet Cuisines

Oh man, I love the fried chicken baked rice mozzarella curry. I am seldom way the fitch out at Cahill Main, but when I am, this is where I stop for food.

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5 Sep 14, 2017 9:07:02 AM
Elizabeth on Smitty's Study Pub

I took a bunch of classes at the Fluno Center. They include dinner in your class fee. The view is spectactular. It has never been too crowded. I really like the first floor breakfast buffet. It is included in the course fee, but the general public can purchase for $12. All my classmates raved about the bacon.

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6 Aug 20, 2017 12:20:17 PM
EiMAtZ on Contact us

Thanks! Sounds great; we wouldn't blog it (since it's not Dane Co.) but have heard good things.

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7 Aug 19, 2017 9:21:01 AM
Miko R on Contact us

You need to check out the new place in Columbus, Bistro Racian on James Street. Old school Mom and Pop Italian.

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8 Aug 18, 2017 8:54:05 AM
John on Sliced Deli

Their smoked brisket sandwich made with melted smoked gouda and crispy fried onion strings is amazing.

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9 Aug 18, 2017 7:11:41 AM
EmKay on Sliced Deli

I so hope this place succeeds, because the gentleman who owns it seems very sincere and enthusiastic. Equally, I absolutely love that he gave corporate the boot and struck out on his own!! I was hoping to see A+s from you both, but alas...I fear the ghost of Arby's past unduly influenced your grades, given the value and descriptions of the food (aside from the standard fries).

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10 Aug 17, 2017 12:32:34 PM
Gabriel Padilla on Sushi Box

Did they close for good? Sad to not be able to go get lunch there I miss them a lot.

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11 Jul 30, 2017 1:28:28 PM
EiMAtZ on Silly Yak Bakery & Bread Barn

We're still around, just a little more casual. A new post (Silver Eagle) will go up August 3, and more to come after that.

Glad you enjoy reading, thanks for coming back!

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12 Jul 25, 2017 12:57:47 PM
AVeryNicePerson on Silly Yak Bakery & Bread Barn

I sure do miss your posts as I look forward to reading them every week. So, are you giving it a break or quitting, ....eerrrr?

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13 Jun 30, 2017 8:19:09 AM
Sarah R. on Short Stack Eatery

My favorite thing to get there is the Blind Special. It's never let me down and is always delicious. And CHEAP! Since I like to be surprised.

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14 Apr 27, 2017 11:16:06 AM
Marissa M. on Sabores Michoacanos

This looks SO. GOOD. Especially the Nachos and the tacos. I might have to run over there :)

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15 Mar 17, 2017 11:36:06 PM
Frankie on Paradise Lounge

The cheese on a Dise Burger is American. Just in the interest of accuracy ;)

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16 Feb 19, 2017 6:00:08 AM
Dru Thomas on Rockhound

I've been for bloody's (meh), but the best thing about this place is the name of the apartment complex it's in..........."The Dude Abodes".

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17 Dec 16, 2016 6:42:16 PM
EmKay on Red Elephant

I'm amazed this place has lasted this long considering the prices and underwhelming flavor or texture of most of the products I've tried. I'm not sure who keeps them in business since they're empty or nearly so every time I go by.

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18 Dec 9, 2016 10:57:39 AM
Chris Mildebrandt on Rare

That place sounds amazing, but I'm really just commenting to say Dr. Katz is one of my all time favorites. I give your choice in YouTube clips of obscure shows an A+.

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19 Dec 2, 2016 1:11:49 PM
Eric on Ramen Station

(I guess the big national brand in Japan makes bafflingly-named varieties like "Vermont Curry" and "Space Curry.")

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20 Dec 2, 2016 1:09:00 PM
Eric on Ramen Station

Japanese curry-from-a-packet is a Thing.

Basically, if you eat japanese curry anywhere (even japan), it's likely prepared from a boxed package (usually from S&B, but there are other brands) of what look like bakers chocolate. Comes in varying levels of spice, from mild to "extra hot" which isn't actually all *that* hot (because Japan). It's big business and curry-from-a-package over rice is practically a staple food.

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