Cooling Drinks And Summer Dining Specials

My roommate is a vegetarian turned recent vegan. I am the opposite of that, whatever that is. There was a point in my life that I'm fairly certain I ate a cheeseburger a day. A Wendy's No. 3 can be polished off without flinching (for those non-fast foodies, a No. 3 is a triple cheeseburger, fries and soft drink). In my eyes, the Hamburgler is a hero. So when every Atlanta publication raved about Holeman and Finch's burgers, I knew where my next beef binge was coming from.

As we ate, there was a Ninja that came around and did different magic tricks with decks of cards and coins. I have to admit he was not the best Magician, nor did he know any spectacular tricks. Maybe he should have just kept his job of being a Ninja. But overall it was very entertaining slow cooker pork belly watching him try. But after awhile he started to be a "nuisance" and just needed to leave us alone so we could eat.

Beverage pork belly meaning Pairings You'll find hearty wines can hold their own against these cheeses. Try a Barbera or Chianti with the Piave and Parmigiano and Merlot with the Comte.

Bacon-Flavored Mints. Quick! We're late for the meeting with the boss, and a quick breath check shouts for bacon mints. If we can't carry bacon floss, there's finally a quick way to ensure a breath that's great with eggs. Each 2"X 2" tin delivers a lipsmacking procinepalooza of packed palatability--and for only $1.99, it's a way to stretch a the greenback on slow cooked slow roast pork belly. No longer does the recession apply to what happens when folks get a whiff of halitosis. Thanks to Uncle Oinker's Bacon Mints, every sweet exhalation can smell like morning breath.

Pigs make very good housekeepers and ensure the dirt outside of their sty is kept very clean. They love to interact with those who care for them and enjoy nothing slow cooked pork belly more than a scratch on their backs or a good pat.

In the end we decided the prototype would be almost like the original but with our unique twist. We substituted the italian sausage for ground linguica and domestic "kobe" beef. Instead of barbeque sauce we used sriracha.

In Fine Spirits is located in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood. Stop in the shop Saturday between 11 a.m. and 9 p.m.; and Sunday or Monday, noon to 7 p.m. The adjoining bar is open Saturday, 3 p.m. to 2 a.m., and Sunday through Monday, 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. For more information about In Fine Spirits, or its Memorial Day menu, press here.