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JB-ME
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Re: Connecticut grinders 2014/10/13 12:05:55 (permalink)
Unless they do something different in the Italian vs salami versions of their grinders, the dressing is just plain salad oil. Once years ago I asked if they used any special oil, and they told me the brand name--one all would recognize. Mixed in your case with mayo it would form its own kind of dressing along with the s&p, if you answered yes to that.
This is making me hungry!! I am looking forward to the last weekend of the month, when my sister and some other family members will be visiting. I'm hoping they stop at D'elia's on the way up from NJ. 
Ketteract
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Re: Connecticut grinders 2014/10/24 19:37:09 (permalink)
Today's grinder comes to you from Rosa's Deli in Wallingford, which is also where the alternate datacenter is located for the hospital I work at.
 
I hadn't had eggplant in a while, so I opted for an eggplant and meatball combo.
 

 
Hiding under that glorious layer of eggplant were some very, very tasty meatballs - better than Maple's, maybe!
 

 
Some places that I've visited choose to season their meatballs very mildly, sometimes to the point of blandness, and I was glad that wasn't the case here.  I need to come back and see what their sausage is like.
 
They also had a full range of Italian dinners.  I keep intending to try those whenever I see them.  A big steaming plate of cacciatore or pizzaiola sounds so good.
post edited by Ketteract - 2014/10/24 19:45:46
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Re: Connecticut grinders 2014/10/26 09:27:24 (permalink)
Rosa's sounds like a winner! And for the sake of research, you need to try some of the dinners you have mentioned.....
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Re: Connecticut grinders 2014/10/26 11:20:52 (permalink)
Here's a sampling of the entree section from a handful of grinder shops. At some places it seems to be a mere afterthought, where others put in more effort.  I'm curious about both.
 

 
 
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