Mark Antonation recently took a trip to the Midwest — without leaving Denver. He was in hog heaven as he explored this city's tenderloin district in search of a Midwestern pork sandwich, and found several worthy version that had readers salivating. "Oh em gee," wrote one. "They do exist in Denver."
Loved the article! As a Hoosier (a person from Indiana) living in the West, I appreciate the fact that Midwestern specialities are being represented and enjoyed!
Some readers suggested other favorites. Writes Jan:
The Sports Column dishes a good one, all though they have cut down the size which upsets the boys from Butte at their monthly lunches.
You forgot the delicious pork tenderloin that is served at Davey's Chuckwagon.
Now if we could just find a whole catfish done right somewhere in the metro area. No fillets!! Come on, Midwestern chefs, I know you can do it!!
Any suggestions for dawn?
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