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Saturday, October 4, 2008

Comfort food

Posted By on Sat, Oct 4, 2008 at 11:20 AM


Kat Robinson at Tie Dye Travels visits one of my old haunts, the New Green Mill out on Markham Street in WLR. This was once, if memory serves, Pete Longinotti's place. My wife and I knew it as "Chili Spaghetti," because those words were included on one of those old-fashioned restaurant signs provided by Coca-Cola. They, of course, served chili spaghetti and also carved off a bodacious ham every day. Owners have changed, but not the formula of cheap, filling and tasty plate lunches, such as the meat loaf, mashed spuds and beans pictured above. (Is there still a tamale day each week, Kat?)

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