I have a couple of moments in my life where I will always remember where I was when it happened. When the space shuttle exploded in '86 I was on the rings in gym class executing an iron cross, Coach came out of his office and told the class about the tragedy (I've never done another iron cross out of respect for the astronauts and the fact that I don't weigh 68 pounds anymore). Of course, on 9/11 I was sleeping in a little and heard it on the sports radio show after the second plane hit. Those, of course, were tragedies, but the newest lifetime memory was a very happy occasion, I was sitting on my couch drinking a Bully Porter and watching “No Reservations” (ironically my wife was watching the movie “No Reservations” when I got home from work) when I saw the most amazing sandwich I've ever seen in my life.
For those that didn't see the episode yet, the Three Little Pigs sandwich contains a breaded and fried pork tenderloin topped with smoked ham and bacon. As if that isn't enough it's covered in melted Gruyère cheese and topped with 2 fried eggs, sunny side up. All of this was served on a brioche bun that looked hearty enough to handle the weight and served with some delicious looking fries. This sandwich makes the bacon explosion look like some sort of gimmick.
I call upon restaurateurs in Kansas City to quickly copy this sandwich and put it on your menu. I will come and eat it. In the meantime, I may have to make a drive up to the Silver Palm restaurant in Chicago and get my fill of the Three Little Pigs.