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  2. Kronos Foods - Wikipedia

    Kronos Foods, Inc., is a Chicago -based company which is a foodservice manufacturer of Mediterranean food in the United States and the largest manufacturer of gyros in the world. [1] [2] Kronos Foods is known for being one of the first to produce, standardize, and market gyro cones (an argument exists as to who exactly was the first to "invent ...

  3. Cuisine of the Midwestern United States - Wikipedia

    Seen highlighted in red, the region known as the Midwestern United States, as currently defined by the U.S. Census Bureau. Ohio was one of the first Midwestern regions settled, mostly by farmers from the Thirteen Colonies, in 1788. Maize was the staple food, eaten at every meal. Ohio was abundant in fish, game, and wild fruits.

  4. Devon Avenue - Wikipedia

    Devon Avenue. / 41.9962; -87.8469. Devon Avenue / dɪˈvɒn / is a major east-west street in the Chicago metropolitan area. It begins at Chicago's Sheridan Road, which borders Lake Michigan, and it runs west until merging with Higgins Road near O'Hare International Airport. Devon continues on the opposite side of the airport and runs ...

  5. Where to Find Great Greek Food in Every State - AOL

    Yanni's Greek is a Seattle institution since 1984 and takes great pride in its authenticity. Standout items include vegetarian dolmathes, tzatziki-topped grape leaves stuffed with diced vegetables ...

  6. Best Greek food: 24 of the tastiest dishes - AOL

    Often confused with gyros, a type of kebab, Souvlaki is made up of skewered, grilled pieces of meat, typically chicken, lamb or pork and can be found throughout the Balkans and the Middle East.

  7. Daphne's Greek Cafe - Wikipedia's_Greek_Cafe

    Daphne's Greek Cafe or, Daphne's California Greek is an American fast-casual Greek restaurant operating in California. The restaurant name refers to Daphne of Greek mythology whom the god Apollo desired. Daphne's was rated #11 in 2006 Top 100 Movers and Shakers in the Fast Casual magazine.

  8. Zupan's Markets - Wikipedia's_Markets

    Zupan's Markets is a family-owned neighborhood gourmet grocer serving the Portland, Oregon metropolitan area with food and wine from local and global sources. The business was established by John Zupan in 1975, and his son Mike later became president.

  9. Grand Central Bakery - Wikipedia

    Grand Central Baking Company d.b.a. Grand Central Bakery is an American bakery chain with locations in Portland, Oregon, and Seattle, Washington and their metropolitan areas. It was founded in Seattle's Grand Central Hotel building, originally as The Bakery and later becoming Grand Central Bakery. [1]