Thursday, January 5, 2012

What's That Horseradish Nasal Thing? Nick's Roast Beef Springfield.



Oh baby I had another Rick's Original Roast Beef Sammie in Springfield the other week. Above is the amazing photo.

My only complaint is that the horseradish is VERY weak. I pile it on because I like to get that thing going where the horseradish goes up your nasal region and kind of chokes you and you're all, "Ahhhh. Ahhhh!"

Is there even a name for that? I think it should be called something like Seabiscuit's Revenge or something. I don't know. What do you think?

7 comments:

sybil law said...

Seabiscuits's Revenge is a great name!
I don't even understand that sandwich, though.

Dr Zibbs said...

Sybil - What don't you understand about that sandwich? Roll, meat, gravy, prove and HR.

Chemgeek said...

My God, that is a sexy sammich!!!

My dad and I just ground up some horseradish root (yeah, we're simple folk like that). That stuff, ma' boy, is potent.

It is S.R. to the max!!!!!

Candy's daily Dandy said...

Ohhh myyy. Food porn.

And that feeling's what I call, "Wha-sabiii??"

Love it.

Dr Zibbs said...

Chemgeek - I've never had it fresh!

Candy - Ditto.

Jill/Twipply Skwood said...

Seabiscuit's revenge is the name of the choking to death horseradish? Sounds good - that's how I like mine too. Except, I don't like eating horseradish SLICES like we used to have to do at Passover when I younger. That was TOO choke to death for me. Or maybe I would like it now that I'm older.

In any case, that's a yummy looking sandwich!

Chris said...

Seabiscuit's Revenge sounds better than "aromatic induced nasopharyngeal spasm".