Matt Bonner's Sandwich Hunter: Dec. 12, 2009 - Salt Lake City pg.2

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My first bite was heaven. I think everyone (sorry vegetarians) can relate to a really good, authentic steak and cheese sub. The bread was fresh, the peppers and mushrooms grilled to perfection, the cheese melted, the shredded steak tender and lean. You really couldn't ask for much more from a Philly cheese steak sub. To top it off, my homemade brownie for dessert was also incredibly delicious. The food was great… Philly Billy definitely came through in the clutch.

We exited Moochie's and I was half expecting to walk out onto the vibrant streets of Philadelphia. I was making plans in my head to stop at an omnipresent WaWa to grab a Gatorade for the hotel room and to make sure I knew where local folk legend Kenn Kweder was performing for after the game. But as we stepped down to the sidewalk, I was slapped in the face with a 19-degree breeze and the mountains dominating the skyline could only mean one thing. We were back in Salt Lake City. There would be no WaWa and no Kenn Kweder, only a pack of Rolaids with my pre-game meal. And last but not least: Boys to Men sang "Down on Bended Knee" as Philly Billy transformed back to Bill Schoening.

Sandwich Quote of the Day: "I've got brown sandwiches and green sandwiches - it's either very new cheese or very old meat."
Oscar Madison in 'The Odd Couple' by Neil Simon (Paramount Pictures, 1968)

Song of the Day: Band of Horses: No One's Gonna Love You







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