Fool’s Gold Loaf, a sandwich that Elvis loved, is part of a running joke in “What If,” a new movie starring Daniel Radcliffe. Nick’s Cafe in Golden, Colo., serves a version of this play on PB&J.
Fool’s Gold Loaf, a sandwich that Elvis loved, is part of a running joke in “What If,” a new movie starring Daniel Radcliffe. Nick’s Cafe in Golden, Colo., serves a version of this play on PB&J. CBS Films
Fool’s Gold Loaf, a sandwich that Elvis loved, is part of a running joke in “What If,” a new movie starring Daniel Radcliffe. Nick’s Cafe in Golden, Colo., serves a version of this play on PB&J. CBS Films
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Fool’s Gold Loaf, an Elvis favorite, gets a cameo in “What If”

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