Last week, I ordered lunch through Uber Eats from Pancho's Cuisine in Riverside. I got a jibarito, a Chicago-original sandwich, first popularized in the Puerto Rican neighborhood of Humboldt Park. The jibarito is constructed of two smashed planks of plantain, fried and filled with meat, lettuce and tomato. This is a food I'd never make at home, so it was cool to have it delivered to my door in a reasonable amount of time for a reasonable price.
Liver is tasty, liver is good for you (high in iron), and if you really like chicken liver, Chicago's Home of Chicken and Waffles is a good place to go for it. The chicken livers there are also a huge value.
On Saturday Morning Around 9:00 am Governor Quinn stopped in to dine at Chicago's Home Of Chicken & Waffles Oak Park Location. As he sat down to place his order his security sat on the opposite side of the room just across from his booth. I stopped to ask him what made him stop in to dine with us.
Perhaps it’s due to the odd preference for white food (white bread, white meat, marshmallow Fluff), or perhaps buckwheat fell out of favor because people just don’t like the taste (unlikely), but whatever the cause, it’s now very hard to get a pancake or waffle made of buckwheat.