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Thursday, October 06, 2005

Toasted Sandwich Chain, Quizno's, is my Favorite

It's lunch time. I have been thinking about what to have. My friends and I will rendez-vous at the nearest Quizno's. Once we have tasted the Chicken Melano on Rosemary Parmesan Bread, we never look back. We have found that Quizno's is the safest sub out there. Well, this may not go for all of my friends. Some of them are still attached to the old favorite, Subway. At least once a week, we include it among the list of restaurants to eat at.

Just so you know, there are 4,400 Quiznos in all 50 states. Go from coast to coast, you are likely to find a Quizno's. By the way, what does Quizno's stand for? That's what Paulette wanted to find out. She asked one of the servers or order takers. "Oh, it does not mean anything," she replied. "It's a made up word that means nothing." I interjected, "It's like the show about nothing." We laughed as we grabbed some chips and walked to the table by the main glass window. Outside,cars are pulling through the parking with anxious passengers. Some of them come inside for the atmosphere. Others go through the drive-thru.

Christine ordered the new Cabo Chicken Sub. She'll get mouthfuls of sliced deli-style oven-roeated chicken, guacamole, smoky bacon, melted cheddar cheese, sliced tomatoes, red onions, fresh spring greens and a mild chipottle mayo on the wheat bread. She had to try the new entry into Quizno's menu.

Paulette and I took a good look at the menu to consider giving our orders.

Here's what we were looking at: (Hard for us to make up our mind). Quizno's Menu

"Classic Italian*
Salami, pepperoni, capicola, ham, mozzarella, lettuce, tomato, red onion, black olives, Red Wine Vinaigrette Dressing

The Traditional*
Roast beef, turkey, ham, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onion, black olives, Ranch Dressing

Black Angus on Rosemary Parmesan Bread
Black Angus steak, mozzarella, cheddar, mushrooms, sautéed onions, Honey Bourbon Mustard and Zesty Grille Sauce

Angus Double Steak & Cheese
Double portion of Black Angus Steak, mozzarella, cheddar, sautéed onions and mild peppercorn sauce

Chicken Milano on Rosemary Parmesan Bread
Chicken, italian cheeses, tomato, spring mix, sun-dried tomato pesto, tuscan basil mayo

Mesquite Chicken with Bacon
Chicken, bacon, cheddar, lettuce, tomato, red onion, Ranch Dressing

Chicken Carbonara
Chicken, bacon, mozzarella, mushrooms, Creamy Bacon Alfredo Sauce

Honey Mustard Chicken with Bacon on Italian Ciabatta Bread
Chicken, bacon, Swiss, lettuce, tomato, red onion, Honey Mustard Dressing

Honey Bourbon Chicken on Wheat Bread (Lite Selection)
Chicken, lettuce, tomato, red onion, Honey Bourbon Mustard and Zesty Grille Sauce

Turkey Ranch & Swiss*
Turkey, Swiss, lettuce, tomato, red onion, Ranch Dressing

Smoked Turkey on Rosemary Parmesan Bread*
Smoked turkey, Swiss, lettuce, tomato, red onion, Roasted Red Pepper Sauce"

I decided to go with the Chicken Carbonara. Paulette settled for the Turkey Ranch & Swiss.

On the way to our vehicles, Christine commented tha the Cabo Chicken filled her up. I made up my mind to try it later.

Saturday, April 30, 2005

Noodle, Soup, and Pho are natural, organic foods we all need. Enjoy these roses if you believe in soup.

Friday, April 29, 2005

What would you rather have? A big Mac? or a nutritious bowl of soup?

Al Heganev is going to open many outlets across America serving his famous New York soup. You will be able to find his soup at airports and various other public places. It's time for soup to get its dues! Say bye to McDonald's and the other fast food places!

Hot Soup Awaits you. If you have not tried Pho, go to a Vietnamese restaurant to find out what you have bee losing out on. Invite a friend or ask a Vietnamese or Hmong friend to to accompany you. The food is great and cheap!

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Make yourself at home. Please find your favorite foods. We just hope you are going to enjoy this travel across our country to find the best soup places, Vietnamese Pho restaurants, and soup Nazi.

This is a tribute to one person's love of soup! Indeed, I enjoy every ethnic soup that you can think of. I hope you are going to share your favorite soup recipes with our readers here too.

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Jerry Seinfeld's Show Reaction: Soup Nazi International

The show about nothing may only in reruns, but some of its episodes will never be forgotten. Who can forget about the famous Soup Nazi in one of the show's episodes? Just seeing it for the first time will just make you roll down on the floor or burst into laughs. Jerry and his crew knew how to make people laugh. That's why they decided to go when it was still hot. They went out on top. Now, this segment of the show is giving rise to a soup chain. According to AP, Al Yeganeh is taking its revenge. He may be laughing all the way to the bank too.

Yes, one of my favorites, soup can make someone famous and rich. In Mr. Yehaneh's case, it was mostly his mannerisms or manners that the show creators lampooned. Despite his famous "no soup for you," the lines in front of his store were never reduced. They kept being long.

The New York Chef plans to open a chain of takeout soup stands across the country. Now, even if he is not manning the stands, those who want to taste his famous, top secret recipes can at least read his famous rules, "Have your money ready," and "move to the extreme left after ordering." In other words, there was no time to keep the line waiting while just socializing. According to the show, doing that will take out his rage, well, his brusque manners.

Things are not so bad after all. His partners and he have signed more than 123 outlets so far. "he storefront has been a tourist attraction since the 1995 "Seinfeld" episode in which Jerry, George, Elaine and Kramer become frequent visitors to the Soup Nazi's takeout restaurant before angering him and having their soup orders abruptly cut off," wrote the AP reporter.

The business of America is really business. What started as a lampoon, a joke turns out to be a great business idea which most people will embrace. It was just the right thing to do. He is taking advantage of the publicity that his soup kitchen has known over the years to launch a business, a franchise. That's business savvy.

I wonder whether he went out to patent the name as soon as he heard on Seinfeld. He knew that he would have the last laugh.

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