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Wednesday, November 06, 2013

Another Philadephia Moment

When I was in Philadelphia, a place I'd love to return for more exploring, we went to get lunch at the Reading Market.  The market is in the site of the Reading Rail Terminal.  I immediately thought of Monopoly where you can buy the Reading Railroad.  We always pronounced it the REEEEding railroad but in Philly, it's pronounced properly the Reddding Railroad.














Photo above from Wikipedia.

We went in to buy sandwiches for lunch at a place of great reknown called DiNic's.  But as we entered the market, there we saw this:































We stood in a long line at DiNic's and tried to find a seat at the lunch counter but every emptied stool was immediately occupied by the person in the line standing behind that stool....so we ended up sitting in the food court.



















The roast pork sandwich with sharp provolone and brocolli rabe was a gourmet treat!

1 comment:

  1. Hi, Linda, I've been following your blog and really enjoy it. I had to comment today, though, because your post about lunch in Philly struck a chord. We used to live in Philly, though we're in New England now. Almost every time we take I95 south, we now take a detour just to get a provolone and rabe hoagie! Even though I sometimes make them at home now, they're just not the same as the ones you get there. :-)

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