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wallyz Jul 2, 2012 09:24 PM

I broke my leg spectacularly last week, and I'm at home now in an immobilization splint. I will be having surgery Wednesday, and in the hospital through Saturday, I have had a couple friends offer to pick something up to supplement my hospital fare, and while George's Deli always has a solid kielbasa sandwich, I'd be interested to hear what you would have people pick up if you were laid up in Harborview for 3-4 days.

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    akq RE: wallyz Jul 2, 2012 10:07 PM

    Piroshki
    Chicken katsu curry don from HaNa
    pho or pork belly from Ba Bar
    Vietnamese sandwiches and spring rolls from one of the many places in little Saigon
    Dim sum/chinese bbq from Harbor City
    Wild boar sloppy joe from Quinns
    Bagels with date creamcheese from eltana

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      GreenYoshi RE: wallyz Jul 3, 2012 02:52 PM

      Anything from the Thai Curry Simple 2 stand on Madison and 12th.

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        calmossimo RE: wallyz Jul 4, 2012 12:25 AM

        Anything from In the Bowl vegetarian bistro -- especially the "melting culture" dish. Cold roast half chicken from Cafe Presse. Plus the items previously posted, esp dim sum from Harbor City.

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          wallyz RE: wallyz Jul 4, 2012 07:07 AM

          Good stuff! Surgery moved to thursday. Thanks for the ideas!

          1. terrier RE: wallyz Jul 5, 2012 07:16 AM

            My better half spent a few days in the hospital recently. I brought her:
            Roast chicken, frites, and frisee salad from Cafe Presse (they have a take-out menu - we've gotten this every time we've been in the hospital.)
            Spicy pork tacos and aloha sliders from Marination Station.
            Chicken & waffles from Skillet Diner (which wasn't as good as I'd hoped.)

            Would do again.

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              Gizmo56 RE: wallyz Jul 5, 2012 02:45 PM

              You have a plethora of suggestions, so I will just say that I hope that your healing is speedy and uncomplicated.

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