Obsession For Reubens

Oct 07

Reuben Sandwich Review – Blue Hereford Restaurant (Ford, KS)

Among the fields and pastures of southwest Kansas, there are small towns distanced 10 to 20 miles from one another. It is these towns that remind of a time when things were simpler, slower and less complicated that you find local restaurant that serve as a local focal point for the community and may even …

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Oct 01

Smokehoss Reuben Sandwich Review (Meade, KS)

With much time spent driving on the road after arriving at an airport, I am always on the looking for unique restaurants, coffee shops and regional specialties. Little did I know once I finally stopped at the Smokehoss: Jerky – Coffee – Bistro that I had found diamond among the prairies, ranches, farmland and small …

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Sep 27

Reuben Sandwich – Casey’s Cowtown Steakhouse Restaurant (Dodge City, KS)

I was spending some time in Dodge City, KS; made famous during the heyday of the Wild West in the second half of the 1800’s and being an important part of the cattle drives of Texas Longhorn cattle. It has been a few weeks since I had eaten a Reuben, so I was looking to …

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Sep 23

Grilled Reuben Sandwich – Brownies Diner (Brawley, CA)

My obsession for Reubens is a well known fact. Over time however, I have become discerning in my preference for how a Reuben Sandwich is prepared. Is the Reuben a Deli Style versus Diner Style? Is the rye bread toasted versus grilled with butter or oil? Is the rye bread marbled, seeded or seedless? What …

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May 10

Capriotti’s Capastrami, the King of Rachels

When I visit family in Delaware, there are a few things that should be enjoyed if at all possible. It is usually not feasible to accomplish all of these goals, but to achieve a few does make the trip complete. One of these is to eat a sub from Capriottis. I typically order a fresh …

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