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- Jun 19, 2013
Saw this tweet and got inspired- can anyone beat Country Cow?
Sherwood Diner off Post Rd in Westport is pretty solid as is the New Fairfield Food Center
It was a sad day.
this is about the right take. I love country cow and stop there frequently on my trips into the city. Its real, real good and the best Ive had. But there are plenty of other places that make them just about as perfect too. There are a couple markers that separate the real good ones from the pretenders but the distance isnt far if you get a couple basic things right.OMG. Yes, it's Country Cow. I don't see why breakfast sandwiches would be better place to place, but Country Cow's are the best that I have had.
I happened to go there two months ago for the first time. Was good.It was a sad day.
Tim's Bistro in Colchester received just as much of my morning business even before the Route 66 Snack Shack was bulldozed. I haven't been there (Tim's) regularly since I started my latest weight reduction journey, but it is still very good.
What passes for a hard roll these days is a joke. Any decent sized sandwich roll gets labeled as a hard roll A real hard roll is actually soft inside but has a very brittle crust that crumbles all over your lap when you take a bite. Very good and I don’t know of anyplace in CT that has real ones anymore.Quick question... does anyone know what a hard roll is? Just wondering.
Much like pizza, there is obviously a certain je ne sais quoi about a mom & pop that will always give them an advantage over a Brueggers or Panera, let alone a Dunks. To that end, the sandwich from Eggs Up Grill on Rte. 66 in Portland is solid. Nothing overly special, but exactly what you'd expect for a good price.I happened to go there two months ago for the first time. Was good.
Essentially anyone who can toast sourdough and crack and egg should be able to figure this out.
Easier than a lobster roll.