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Perry eatin’
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That delicious-looking sub you see (and it’s a DAMN GOOD looking sub, hashtag no-filter) was procured by my good friend Perry Eaton. Listen and learn where you can get one of your own. He wrote all about it here. More

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Talking Summer Burgers and Sandwiches with Chef Richard Chudy
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My pal Chef Richard Chudy, who you may know from his Boston Burger Blog, just co-authored
American Burger Revival: Brazen Recipes to Electrify a Timeless Classic. Richard and his better half Chef Katie Chudy co-own The Skinny Beet; Katie recently released Superfood Sandwiches: Crafting Nutritious Sandwiches with Superfoods for Every Meal and Occasion. I talked to Richard about burgers and sandwiches and some tasty, easy summer recipes for both. More

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5 Sandwiches That You Need to Try in Boston This Spring
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The following piece was co-authored by Jon Mael and Emily Boyd. 

The transition from winter to spring means two things: get ready to see a lot of pale arms and legs for a while, and get ready to discover some great new grub. Now that you can walk two blocks down the street without getting frost bite, why not check out some of the best and most legendary sandwich spots that Boston has to offer?

You can’t go wrong with any dishes at these places, but these are some sandwiches worth grabbing this spring, as they all feature traditional warm weather flavors. More

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WAN Convenience/Al’s Deli Will Return, This Time in Brighton
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Residents of Mission Hill loved it, Northeastern students salivated over its homemade sandwich creations, and everyone lamented its disappearance from Tremont Street last year. Now, it seems that WAN Convenience, owned and operated by the beloved Winston Al Niles, more commonly referred to simply as “Al,” will reopen shop on another side of town. Last month, we ran a piece wondering where in the world Al had gone. With prices spiking for businesses in the Mission Hill area, the revered creator of sandwiches like the Deathwich and the David Ortiz was forced to close, leaving no trace behind other than a sign in the window that read “WAN’s is evolving, not closing.” More