PHOTO – CHICAGO – IRVING PARK AND PULASKI – THE BUFFALO ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SNACK SHOP – IT’S WHERE I DISCOVERED OLIVE-AND-NUT SANDWICHES – I MADE THE SPREAD LATER AND INTRODUCED IT TO PEOPLE AS A SNACK CRACKER TOPPING – ALWAYS A HIT – THIS (NOT VERY GOOD IMAGE) SHOWS ASSOCIATED BUILDINGS INCLUDING THE BUFFALO BAR ON LEFT END OF BUILDINGS – WHEN GRANDPA LIVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD HE LOVED THAT BAR WITH ITS FRIENDLY BARTENDER NAMED GEORGE – 1960s   1 comment

A PHOTO - CHICAGO - IRVING PARK AND PULASKI - THE BUFFALO ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SNACK SHOP - ASSOCIATED BUILDINGS INCLUDING THE BUFFALO BAR ON LEFT END OF BUILDINGS - 1960s

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Posted September 26, 2018 by JOHN CHUCKMAN in Uncategorized

One response to “PHOTO – CHICAGO – IRVING PARK AND PULASKI – THE BUFFALO ICE CREAM PARLOR AND SNACK SHOP – IT’S WHERE I DISCOVERED OLIVE-AND-NUT SANDWICHES – I MADE THE SPREAD LATER AND INTRODUCED IT TO PEOPLE AS A SNACK CRACKER TOPPING – ALWAYS A HIT – THIS (NOT VERY GOOD IMAGE) SHOWS ASSOCIATED BUILDINGS INCLUDING THE BUFFALO BAR ON LEFT END OF BUILDINGS – WHEN GRANDPA LIVED IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD HE LOVED THAT BAR WITH ITS FRIENDLY BARTENDER NAMED GEORGE – 1960s

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  1. Need to share the recipe. Sounds like a treat.

    It is a great treat. Here you go…

    Green pimento-stuffed olives, Walnut pieces, and good mayonnaise – all buzzed up in a blender. You can experiment and see what balance between olives and nuts you like.

    The Buffalo served a toasted sandwich with sliced tomato and the filling.

    Over the years – I’ve always been a fairly serious cook – I’ve experimented. You get an even more insanely good spread using cashews, but it is terribly rich.

    Great stuff served on nice crackers with various little bits of stuff for toppings.

    If you see some of my many other sites, you will find some of my personal recipes and discover that I did a spell as a professional restaurant reviewer in Maine.

    John Chuckman

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