When we’re on tour, we’re also on the hunt, for flavor. On our Nov 29-Dec 2 tour to Maine we found some choice game that we had to share with you. Now everybody knows that Maine is home to the finest lobster rolls and steamed clams around but we found some surprising delicacies across the state and close to home. Are your taste buds piqued yet?
Big G’s Deli Winslow, Maine
“Now that’s a big sandwich!” -Tony Montalbano.
Have you ever dreamed of a sandwich made on slices of homemade bread bigger than your face? We have! Thanks Big G for making our dreams a reality!
Roosevelt Dime recommends the G’s Special, the Bill Cosby, Dr. Strangepork and the Zonker Harris. Really, just try them all…
Otto’s Pizza Portland, Maine
New Yorker’s eating pizza in Maine, what gives? Eben discovered the Pulled Pork and Mango pie, that’s what gives. We’re talkin’ about a salty and sweet slice of heaven here folks!
Make sure to stop by an Otto’s location if you’re in Boston, Cambridge or Portland. You won’t be disappointed.
There’s no taste like home. There’s no taste like home… Lincolnville, Maine
Our last morning on tour Eben’s mother Dora made us her signature German Apple Pancakes. They were so good we decided we just had to share the recipe with our fans!
Preheat oven to 450
Make bacon in a cast iron skillet. Set aside skillet with bacon grease. Enjoy the bacon!
Mix 3 eggs with 3/4 cup flour and 1/2 tsp salt. Add 3/4 cup milk.
Pour batter into the cast iron skillet with bacon grease.
If you’re a vegetarian and don’t cook with bacon, pour the mix into a pie plate lined with 1 and 1/2 TBS melted butter or oil.
Place sliced apples in mixture.
After 15 minutes, lower temp to 350 and cook for about 10 more minutes.
If desired sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Devour promptly like ravenous children.