The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 24, 1998 · Page 46
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Please specify your color choice when ordering the Wave* radio: D Imperial White D Graphite Gray Mt/MnJMs. Name (Please Print) City State Zip Daytime Telephone { I Evening Telephone Mail 10: Bose' 0 Corporation, Dept. CDD-R7S78, The Mountain, Framingham, MA 01701-9168, or fax to 1-800-862-BOSE (1-800-862-2673). Better sound through research, C1598 Box Corporaiion. G/tced vi parent nghri usued and/or pending. Installment payment plan ind free shipping offer not to be combined with any other offer. Installment payment plan available on credit can ordm only, hue inn m include appuuble ulci ia*. Price and/or payment plan subject to change without notice. FedEx service marks used by permission. Frank Beacham, Radio World, 12/93. Wind, OT4. Best of the Midwest: Green Bay, Wis. IE US START in Chicago, unrivaled for the variety and quality of its wipe- your-hands-on-your jeans fare. Just a few examples are gravy-dripping Italian beef sandwiches at Al's #1 Italian Beef, taut-skinned, all-beef red hots dragged through the garden (that's hot dogs with the works) at Superdawg; and luscious pan pizza hi the place where it was invented, Pizzeria Uno, or the magnificently gloppy Giordano's. Other only-in-Chicago faves are The Berghoff for schnitzels; corned beef sandwiches sided by crisp potato pancakes at Manny's Coffee Shop; and caramel apples straight from the Arry Tapple factory. Two prune choices for breakfast: Lou Mitchell's downtown, where huge slabs of French toast are served at communal tables, and Walker Brothers Original Pancake House in suburban Wilmette, where the baked German pancakes just might be the best (and biggest) breakfast in history. Just across the border, Racine, Wis., is the capital of kringle, a flake- crusted, Danish-ancestored pastry sold at Bendtsen's and other bakeries. Kringle makes an irresistible, if utterly messy, car snack. Also in Racine is Kewpee Lunch, a vital stop if only for its motto: Hamburger, pickle on top, makes your heart go flippity-flop. Milwaukee is another ethnic-food mecca, with an especially rich population of central and eastern European restaurants such as Three Brothers for Serbian lamb roast in a century-old tavern, Crocus for Polish pierogi served by a staff that may have a hard tune understanding you if you are limited to English, and the redoubtable Karl Ratzsch's for German sauerbraten. Dessert in the Dairy State should always be frozen custard, which is to ordinary ice cream what champagne is to grape juice. It's available at a stand called Kopp's hi a new flavor every day. Start with pure vanilla, essence of sugar and cream. Brats (pronounced brots, short for "bratwursts") are big statewide, but Sheboygan is crazy for them — cooked over charcoal to crusty succulence. They're served in an upscale setting in The Horse & Plow at the magnificent American Club resort. No food-conscious explorer can head up the Lake Michigan shore without a stop at historic Chili John's in Green Bay. In 1916, "Chili John" Isaac invented Green Bay-style chili: a concoction of ground round with a Wisconsin's "kringle" pastry makes an irresistible, if utterly messy, car snack. kaleidoscope of secret spices combined with customer's choice of spaghetti noodles, beans and other goodies. It's served with spoon-sized oyster crackers, invented at Chili John's request. Sometime in the '20s, he came to believe the old-fashioned store cracker was too unwieldy, so he persuaded cracker manufacturers to downsize. All #1 Italian BMl, 1079 W. Taylor St. Chicago; 312-733-8896. Supwdmf, Milwaukee at Devon, Chicago; 773-763-0660. ptn.rU Uno, 29 E. Ohio St, Chicago; 312-321-1000. Otoniuo'i, 730 N. Rush St, Chicago; 312-951-0747. Tta BMtfioff, 17 W. Adams St, Chicago; 312-427-3170. Minny* Ceftn Shop, 1141S. Jefferson St, Chicago; 312-939-2855. Affjrttpt*. 7110 N. 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All rights reserved. 6 USA WEEKEND • May 22-24,1998 USA WEEKEND • May 22-24,1998 7

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