Wednesday, March 24, 2010

I'll Have A Moreno on Rye!


David notes that the cafeteria in the new federal courthouse has opened for business.

This calls to mind the old joke about the Catskills:
“The food is terrible here.”

“Yes, and such small portions..."
I kid I kid.

Seriously, I'd like to see the judges come in and make their favorite sandwiches which would then be named after them, like they do at New York's famous Stage Deli.

Wouldn't it be cool to order a Huck on wheat -- to go, of course.

(BTW, if I were to construct a Moreno sandwich it would be corned beef, swiss, with a nice slice of tongue.)

23 comments:

  1. The Altonaga:

    Thinly sliced ham, swiss and pickles, with a dash of mustard on fresh Cuban bread. Lightly toasted (in a press) and served warm.

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  2. Oh my goodness is this a good topic! And like a good blogger I shall steal it for my blog.

    And I'll have the Middlebrooks (plain tuna on milquetoast with a little mayo, shredded lettuce, and just a hint of sweet pickle) with a bag of chips and water (I'm off soda and better for it.)

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  3. The Brown:

    Open-faced hot turkey, smothered in garnet and gold gravy.

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  4. What is the SFL specialty?

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  5. hot tongue, lots and lots of dressing

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  6. @10:52- does the cafeteria have a beverage license?

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  7. The Shumie- 2 Burger patties, a half pound of pastrami, mustard. mayo, relish, melted swiss, with a handful of crispy fries pressed into the bun and then the whole mess is put on the grill with a sandwich press.

    Eat with a cold beer, at a dock, with your feet in the water, and two rolls of paper towels as napkins. Follow with a nice cigar.

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  8. I'll have the standard discovery order - tuna on rye without the tuna and bar-b-que chips without the bar-b-que. When you ask where the full order is, they say "we don't have it and if we did we wouldn't give it to you because we don't have to because we don't have it and either does the agent."

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  9. the sfl specialty has spicy tongue on his rye.

    wassup with your latina.

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  10. Someone call the shumie!

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  11. Shumie referee-- is it acceptable to call the shumie before noon?

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  12. Question, how is the article related to law?

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  13. The Turnoff:

    Philly cheese steak, with side of Philly cheese steak.

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  14. The crim discovery combo:

    Water (8 oz cup), napkin and nuts.

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  15. I've said it before, Rump -- you have a wide berth with me, having trailblazed for years on important issues affecting the public and our profession.....so a bunch of wisenheimers can crack judicial deli jokes.

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  16. Rumpole needs a "wide berth"

    He is a load.

    He's our load, but a load nevertheless. Ie pastrami....

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  17. SFL sandwich:

    Old Jew squeezed between latina and Bo Derek.

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    http://cbs4.com/local/senate.candidates.health.2.1584123.html

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  19. nice sandwich

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  20. @12:58, He likes his sandwiches with an international taste.

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  21. sfl must have heartburn-- unless having a slice of Bo sandwiched in between calms the spicy taste.

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  22. Ten bucks to whoever comes up with the best Bowman Brown or Alan Davis sandwich.

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