Wednesday, July 02, 2003

CORPORATE ESPIONAGE Interesting story about a North Carolina baker going after the recipes of a Philadelphia bread company. The real lesson here is that the NC baker should have been going after Amoroso rolls, which Philadelphians use for their hoagies and cheesesteaks. They are tasty, light and crusty (if reheated) "hearth baked Italian rolls", that are very unlike the thick and hard rolls that they pass off for hoagie rolls in NC. And I'm from North Carolina. If you know of any place I can get Amoroso rolls in North Carolina, or where the serve a good Philly-style cheesesteak, e-mail me.


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