About Whats4Lunch

Whats4lunch (Nick’s Guide to Grub) is what Nick recommends for lunch in the Burlington Vermont metropolitan area. Often heard in my office “What’s for lunch?”, resulted in a search for new, tasty things and places around town to eat. This blog is a report of my findings, I hope your stomach, tastebuds, and maybe wallet/purse benefit!

Pics are taken with a Nokia 6103 cell phone prior to 9/11/2008, after that they are probably taken with an HP IPAQ 510.

As of 2/28/2009 Pics are snapped with an iPhone 3G.

2 Responses to “About Whats4Lunch”

  1. Billy Ladany Says:

    Nick,

    Hi, how’s it going? I just wanted to introduce myself and share a little bit about my company. First of all, let me start off by saying I really enjoyed navigating through your website. You provide a lot of helpful information to the hot dog eating public. And you accomplish this in a fun manner.

    The company my family owns is called Red Hot Chicago. We specialize in the manufacturing of 100% pure beef hot dogs, polish sausages, bratwursts, corn dogs, chili, hamburger patties, italian beef, as well as several more items. Our business headquarters are here in Chicago but our product line is available in just about every major market across the country.

    Real quick history lesson. My great grandfather, Samuel Ladany, was one of the two original founders of the Vienna Beef sausage company. He came over to the states in 1893 and began selling hot dogs out of a push cart during the Columbian Exposition. This went so well that he went on to open up a factory on Chicago’s south side. When he outgrew this spot, Vienna moved to the existing location on Chicago’s north side. Upon my grandfather’s death in 1978, my father Scott, who had been working at Vienna for nearly a decade at the time, decided to sell his share in the business. Red Hot Chicago was born!

    Our current factory is in Chicago’s north west side. We manufacture Monday through Friday. We currently offer plant tours. We love what we do and truly believe our hot dog is among the best tasting leading national brands. I would gladly ship you a complimentary sample so you can share in the Red Hot Chicago experience.

    Like all companies, we are trying to grow. We’re a smaller family-owned business and need all the support we can get. Red Hot Chicago is asking you if you’d be willing to put a link to our website somewhere within your site. I think you have a great tool here and if we form a small partnership, I anticipate seeing a spike in both of our website’s traffic.

    Thank you for the opportunity to get in touch with you. Websites like yours is what really motivates us to keep making the best products around. We are trying to spread that all too fun hot dog love as far as it will reach. If you have any further questions, comments, or a request for some FREE samples, I will gladly accommodate you as best I can.

    Looking forward to hearing back from you and I hope you have a great weekend.

    Thanks Nick.

    Billy Ladany
    email: billy@redhotchicago.com
    (847)651-3951

  2. Yoni Greenbaum Says:

    Good morning. I thought you might enjoy this entertaining video of Martha Stewart trying a cheese steak apparently for the very first time. And, in the process, she weighs-in on which Philadelphia shop makes the best sandwich.

    http://www.philly.com/philly/video/081107_pc_stewart.html

    Thanks,
    Yoni

    Yoni Greenbaum
    Executive Producer
    Philly.com
    1601 Market Street, 35th Flr.
    Philadelphia, PA 19103
    voice – 215-575-6475
    mobile – 267-615-1881
    fax – 215-575-6494
    LinkedIn e Twitter e GTalk: yonigre

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