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 A Trio of Tasty Trips to Central New York

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billyboy

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Re:A Trio of Tasty Trips to Central New York Mon, 11/4/13 12:55 PM (permalink)
Thanks Lee!  Always on the hunt for really good chicken parm and I was fortunate enough to find a couple in the course of these trips.
 
pnwchef, thanks for the thoughtful comments and the new nickname!  I like hot ham and I cannot lie...!  - Sir Hams-A-Lot, 2013.  Given my undying love for hot ham sandwiches and my countless meals at Eddie's, I don't know how it took me so long to see this one on Eddie's menu but I'm sure glad I found it.
 
ScreamingChicken, the hot ham gets hot two ways:
1.)  it a "snappy cappy" (spicy cappicola ham)
 
2.)  the sliced (thick or thin) and heated on a flat top griddle.
 
I'm guessing most restaurants do it that way but I'm not sure.  I've never seen any place serve the sandwich cold.
 
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    CajunKing

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    Re:A Trio of Tasty Trips to Central New York Mon, 11/4/13 6:51 PM (permalink)
    Billyboy - An awesome report as always.  I love the cackleberry reference, reminded me of my grandfather who ALWAYS called them cackleberries, he got me to LOVE black pepper, by eating hard boiled cackleberries.
    <message edited by CajunKing on Mon, 11/4/13 8:48 PM>
     
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      mayor al

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      Re:A Trio of Tasty Trips to Central New York Wed, 11/6/13 6:19 PM (permalink)
      Billy,
       As I have told you before, that part of Oneida County was where my teaching career started back in the 60's. In fact, our first home when we moved out there from Mass. was right around the corner from Will's Pumpkin Patch and Castle'. Being a SoCal Boy, moving to that part of the Great White North was quite an experience for us.
      Thanks for the multiple photos of Eddies Restaurant...we enjoyed many summer evenings there back in those days.  I can even claim to have run my snow machine down from Camden to run on the lake a few times in the winter.
      Great memories, Thanks for a fine report.
       
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        Michael Hoffman

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        Re:A Trio of Tasty Trips to Central New York Wed, 11/6/13 7:14 PM (permalink)
        Billy, that's one hell of a report. You blew me away!
         
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