Monday, April 12, 2004

SJ-R.COM - Toby McDaniel Column

Toby McDaniel's columns can either be really hard-hitting, or occasionally sentimental. Today's isn't bad, starting off with a find about the Leland hotel, where the horseshoe sandwich was first invented. It sold for $1.75 back in the days when you could get a good sirloin steak for $3.85. Not that I've ever seen that low of a price for a sirloin steak outside of Las Vegas, but it's nice to see another piece of Springfield culinary history in the news.

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