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High Noon: Kerri’s Own Sandwich

Twitter friend CdANightOut just tweeted that Kerri Thoreson, long-time Hucks Online regular & local columnist & KVNI personality, now has a sandwich named after her. Rosa's Italian Market & Deli, 120 E. 4th, now offers “Kerri Thoreson's Main Street Mojo Sandwich.” It consists of “Albacore Tuna dressed in Balsamic & Olive Oil, Sundried Tomatoes, Sweet Onion, Capers, Lettuce and the Mojo served open faced on Multi Grain Italian Bread. Served on Friday's.”

Question: If you had a sandwich named after you, what would it be called? And what would be in it?

Food Porn: Rosa’s Stuffed Cabbage

From OrangeTV/Get Out! North Idaho comes the latest Food Porn: Stuffed Cabbage. Rosa’s Italian Market & Deli describes the mouth-watering dish above this way: “Our cabbage rolls are filled with lean ground beef, rice and sweet onion, topped with a special sauce, bacon and saurkraut, then baked to perfection. Secret family recipe from my oldest and dearest friend Sue Navickas-Pelesko.”

Question: Do you enjoy cabbage dishes?

What about St. Joseph?

POST FALLS - After seeing her Italian restaurant come to life during the recession, Tina-Marie Schultz believes it’s time to celebrate with those in need.

She’s planning a free meal in honor of St. Joseph’s Day on Sunday, March 21, from noon to 3 p.m. at her Rosa’s Italian Market and Deli, 120 E. Fourth Ave., across from Post Falls City Hall.

When she started her business a year ago, she feared she wouldn’t get a loan, but prayed about it and in reality ended up getting to choose from several options.

“It was unbelievable, and here we are a year later,” Schultz said. “We offered to hold a table in his honor to feed the hungry in our community if he chose to bless us.

On Friday, St. Joseph’s feasts, an Italian tradition, will be held throughout that country to honor the earthly father of Jesus. Brian Walker, Cda Press Read more.

Have you ever attended a St. Joseph’s feast?

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