Fast, Simple, and Good - Salisbury Steak

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RE: Fast, Simple, and Good - Salisbury Steak 2007/01/13 09:29:29 (permalink)
That picture is making me hungry!

Reminds me of my days working in on Main Street in Waltham, MA. Once a week I'd walk down the street to Costello's Pub w/ a buddy and we'd get the Salisbury Steak for lunch. Served over mashed potatoes and smothered w/ mushroom gravy and sauteed onions & peppers. Who needed dinner!?

I haven't been down in that area for a while, but a quick Google search tells me Costello's is now closed. I guess the "townies" must've found someplace else to go have a beer at 9am. :-)

John
(also a child of the Swanson Salisbury Steak frozen dinners)
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RE: Fast, Simple, and Good - Salisbury Steak 2007/01/15 17:57:45 (permalink)
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Originally posted by desertdog

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Originally posted by Adjudicator

Salisbury Steak? Where's the mushroom gravy


Looks great, John but I'm with ADJ. I grew up with mushroom gravy on salisbury steak.

I concur.. Gotta have the shrooms!
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RE: Fast, Simple, and Good - Salisbury Steak 2007/01/15 23:26:11 (permalink)
A frequent visitor to Salisbury, Vermont (Lake Dunmore), I've always wanted to have a Salisbury steak in Salisbury, Vermont.

But, alas, there is only one snack food restaurant in Salisbury, and although they once dubbed one of their hamburgers a Salisbury Steak, it was more a euphemism than the real deal.
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