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Old 02-03-2009, 07:29 PM   #1
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Anthony Bourdain Chicago

Anyone see the Chicago episode of No Reservations lat night? He hit up Hot Doug’s and man it looked good http://www.hotdougs.com

He also at a killer sandwich at The Silver Palm restaurant for the house specialty: “Three Little Pigs,” a gigantic sandwich made with three kinds of pork.
Address: 768 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622


For those that didn't see the episode yet, the Three Little Pigs sandwich contains a breaded and fried pork tenderloin topped with smoked ham and bacon. As if that isn't enough it's covered in melted Gruyère cheese and topped with 2 fried eggs, sunny side up. All of this was served on a bun that looked hearty enough to handle the weight and served with some delicious looking fries.

Somebody please tell me you've eaten this thing and it's good. My wife and I are planning our next anniversary trip to Chicago next Oct.
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That sandwich sounds like a Classic and a keeper. It just has to be good!
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Fried pork, smoked ham and BACON ??? Whats not to love !!!
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Fried pork, smoked ham and BACON ??? Whats not to love !!!
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Re: Anthony Bourdain Chicago

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Anyone see the Chicago episode of No Reservations lat night? He hit up Hot Doug’s and man it looked good http://www.hotdougs.com

He also at a killer sandwich at The Silver Palm restaurant for the house specialty: “Three Little Pigs,” a gigantic sandwich made with three kinds of pork.
Address: 768 N. Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL 60622


For those that didn't see the episode yet, the Three Little Pigs sandwich contains a breaded and fried pork tenderloin topped with smoked ham and bacon. As if that isn't enough it's covered in melted Gruyère cheese and topped with 2 fried eggs, sunny side up. All of this was served on a bun that looked hearty enough to handle the weight and served with some delicious looking fries.

Somebody please tell me you've eaten this thing and it's good. My wife and I are planning our next anniversary trip to Chicago next Oct.
I thought the smoked shrimp looked very tasty!
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