Euro salad sandwiches; Rodizio

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Fri Jun 16 15:00:04 UTC 2000

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   In the PITTSBURGH FOOD GUIDE, Zorba's menu lists "NEW Euro Salad...6.03."
   At Treat Street at the airport, I noticed "Euro Sandwiches."  They came in tuna salad, chicken salad, and egg salad.  They are "salad mix with lettuce and tomato on whole wheat bread."
   I didn't notice "Euro Sandwiches" in New York City, nor in Europe.  I haven't checked Nexis.
   The Euro has taken a beating against the dollar, but still...


  On page 3 of the PITTSBURGH FOOD GUIDE is an article, "The Green Forest: Pittsburgh Embraces Brazilian Style."  An advertisement for the Green Forest Brazilian Restaurant and Lounge (Brazilian Churrascaria) is conveniently on the same page.
  The article mentions "rodizio" service.  The ad states: "You will enjoy our traditional Rodizio, a Carrousel of all you can eat mouth watering meats to suit the taste of just about everyone, prepared and barbecued just the way we do in our native country, Brazil."
  I haven't yet checked OED, Barnhart, Nexis to see if it's entered into English.

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