When I was a growing up in a very white-bread section of Pittsburgh, our choices for an ethnic dining experience consisted of a pizzeria, a Chinese restaurant that nobody went to because, well, who knew what they were doing in that kitchen, and Isley's, which poured a red sauce that tasted like Ragú over its spaghetti and meatballs. But Isley's had also invented both Klondike bars and chipped ham -- a delicacy found nowhere else in the Steel City that involves very low-grade deli ham "chipped" into razor-thin bits. (It goes great with pickle relish... More >>>