Thursday, May 27, 2010

Jake's Sandwich Board, revisit.

After my last trip to Jake's Sandwich Board, I was excited to return. Luckily my new job put me right in the neighborhood and by day three, I was ready to revisit.

I opted to try the Village Turkey, for something a bit lighter. It involved fryer-roasted, sliced turkey breast; cherry wood smoked bacon; fresh arugula; and black cherry spread. It was light, refreshing, bacony, and delicious. I was somewhat worried when I felt how light it was, but it filled me up nicely, and the cherry spread tied everything together. I can't say I have ever had turkey with cherry; it was a clean, slightly sweet, slightly tart change of pace from the usual cranberry spread. The arugula did its job of adding some fresh peppery crunchy, and the bacon, well, was amazingly fruity bacon. That's all I can say about it.

I was once again impressed with Jake's, and I am thinking I need to try something with steak next time - in the near future.

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