First Monday in October, a supreme sandwich contest
A new Supreme Court term begins tomorrow and I was thinking we should have our own supreme contest of wits, and so we will.
Please come up with a deli-style sandwich named in honor, or dishonor, of a current sitting justice.
These is only one rule: Don't make me regret this.
Entry deadline: Monday, Oct 4, at 5 pm EDT.
Preparing for my post, I came across this diverting blog entry from the authors of the newly published book "What the Great Ate: A Curious History of Food and Fame." It will be the prize for the best entry.
The bloggers and authors are journalist brothers Matthew Jacob and Mark Jacob, who I honest-to-pete JUST found out as I was writing this sentence is the deputy metro editor of the Chicago Tribune.
Among the tidbits the Jacobs drop is that David Souter's inevitable lunch consisted of yogurt and a whole apple, seeds core and all.
Shown here, John Roberts describes DC's best ribs to Elena Kagan.