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Sandwich of the Week: The Body Builder at Market Bar Chicago

Sandwich of the Week: The Body Builder at Market Bar Chicago

This week’s sandwich is from The Windy City

Chicago is known for many great culinary works such as deep dish pizza, Italian beef, and hot dogs, but now the city has another fabulous sandwich to add to the mix.

The Body Builder at Market Bar Chicago is a smoked turkey breast sandwich layered with fresh mozzarella cheese, a broiled egg, sun-dried tomatoes, and baby spinach. It is then dressed with homemade basil mayo and wrapped-up in whole wheat flatbread.

This sandwich is a hearty, protein-rich dish that will satisfy your hunger pains and your taste buds. The smoked turkey and mozzarella cheese is highlighted by the robust flavor of the sun-dried tomatoes, while the broiled egg adds variant texture. The basil mayo complements the fillings with a cool freshness, and the whole wheat flatbread is subtle (not overpowering or grainy, like many whole wheat breads tend to be), which balances the whole sandwich.

If the Body Builder is not enough to fill you, it is served with a small arugula salad.

Market Bar Chicago has several dining spaces you choose to enjoy your meal in – at the sports bar you can watch game, indulge in a more intimate setting in the dining room, or dine alfresco on the rooftop patio space.

Market Bar Chicago is located 1113 W. Roosevelt in Chicago and is open Sunday- Wednesday 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. Thursday- Friday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. and on Saturdays 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.

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Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


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Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


Meal Prep: The Ultimate Guide & Recipes

Eating out can get expensive, not to mention those restaurant meals aren’t helping your quest for a six pack.

Lots of busy people feel there’s just no time to cook. Instead, they’d rather hit Starbucks for a “light” breakfast muffin, then a quick run to the local sub shop for lunch, and maybe even Chinese takeout for dinner since the grocery store is excessively busy past 5:30.

All of the excess expenses and caloric intake may leave you feeling a little guilty, but what can you do about it?

If you’re ready to get serious about your health and physique, then it’s time to meal prep.

If you’re willing to spend hours each week in the gym, then why not commit some time to planning and prepping your meals too? What’s the sense in crushing some weights and then hitting the drive-thru on the way home?


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