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Old 01-17-2013, 08:36 PM   #11
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The sub pictured does look quite nice. I have never been a fan of raw onions on a sandwich, but thats just me.
Red onions are way better when going the raw option.


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Old 01-17-2013, 08:37 PM   #12
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It's just like McDonald's selling you on their "Quarter Pounder", it's a 1/4 pound prior to cooking so you're getting less on the finished product. Subway sells you on a footlong sub and you get an 11" sub. But yeah, Subway sucks.

Edit: Btw, the sub pictured above looks damn delicious...

Every steak or burger ever sold is advertised by the weight of the meat prior to cooking. It is standard practice and always has been.


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Old 01-17-2013, 08:43 PM   #13
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I'd kill for a good local sandwich place. Local sandwich options for me are Subway, or some kind of hot sandwich at a diner, gravy soaked.....

Maybe that should be my business idea.....
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Old 01-17-2013, 08:44 PM   #14
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I will say that the occassional gravy soaked sandwich is just what the doctor ordered.
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I will say that the occassional gravy soaked sandwich is just what the doctor ordered.
Gravy is a beverage.

Mmmm.....
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what do you expect when you let an artist make your food
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I was a quiznos fan at one point...but its like $10 for a footlong, same for cheesesteaks from "Jerry's" restuarants

Its crazy how many people are posting on their facebook page haha. Someone made a good point that the bread is most likely the same weight and depending on how it is stretched prior to baking will make a difference in its width... so you could get a longer roll that is narrower and a shorter one that is wider
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so you could get a longer roll that is narrower and a shorter one that is wider
I don't think there are enough women members on this forum to have that a legitimate conversation over narrower/longer vs wider/shorter
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Edit: Btw, the sub pictured above looks damn delicious...
Only problem is it isn't a sub, it's a hoagie


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