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OlFuzzyBastard
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#21 Posted on 24.8.05 1002.25
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    Originally posted by PsychoticMidget
    Philly. Cheese. Steak.

    Only done Pittsburgh-style with fries actually in the sandwich. Mmmm.


Abso-fucking-lutely, although a proper Pittsburgh-style sandwich has coleslaw in there as well (the vinegar-y kind, not the mayonaisse-y kind).
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#22 Posted on 24.8.05 1045.10
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Fresh, hot, grilled chicken, bread & butter pickle (chips, not spears), fresh romaine lettuce, campari tomato slices, crumbled bleu cheese, on a multi-grain baguette. Yummy, and relatively healthy too. I do miss the Utz potato chips.

Beats the pants off of store brand cheeze whiz generic ripoff on thrift-store day-old wonder. Its good not to be poor anymore.


I like mine with lettuce and tomato, Heinz 57 and french fried potato, a kosher dill pickle and a cold draught beer, good lord almighty which way do I steer to the Cheeseburger in Paradise.
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#23 Posted on 24.8.05 1142.40
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Steak n' Shake Frisco Melt.

Or Jason's Deli Pastrami Melt Po-Boy.

Or Quizno's Mesquite Chicken with Bacon.

Or...(damnit.)
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#24 Posted on 24.8.05 1756.49
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i've tried to be a little more health conscious as of late and have been trying the veggie sandwiches at various sandwich places. My two favorites thus far:

Quizno's: Far superior to Subway's veggie sandwich. Aside from all the vegitable works, they put on mushrooms (great meat substitute) and guacamola (Subway charges extra for avocado). Really good sandwich.

Tiffany's: I actually just came from there and got my new "usual" as of late, the veggie sandwich with avocado, no mayo. it's a dollar extra for avocado, but their prices are really good. It's $2.75 for the sandwich sans avocado (all sandwiches are on a 12 inch french roll)

    Originally posted by SchippeWreck
    There's also a mom & pop sandwich place called Tiffany's (they may be a chain...I dunno) that makes a horrendously addictive pastrami sandwich. It's really light on the meat, especially if you've been to a quality deli, but there's just something about it.




$2.95 for this fine sandwich. 9 out of 10 people ask for a cup of jalapenos to put on it too. I don't know why, but it makes this sandwich even more crack-like.
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#25 Posted on 24.8.05 1925.00
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Peanut butter and honey on either Potato bread or whole wheat, which ever is available.

More peanut butter then honey.

The crust IS cut off.
Shem the Penman
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#26 Posted on 25.8.05 1140.11
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I prefer Subway to Quizno's. Maybe because when I go to Quizno's I usually wind up ordering a meatball sarnie, and it always tastes off to me. The sauce they use just doesn't match up with my tastebuds.

At Subway I get chicken breast with assorted vegetables and oil and vinegar, and pretend like I'm actually eating healthy.

Besides meatball sandwiches, I'm fond of Genoa salami and provolone cheese.

(edited by Shem the Penman on 25.8.05 1240)
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#27 Posted on 25.8.05 1424.33
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Peanut butter, grape jelly, and scrambled eggs. Also works with a plain omelette or a hard-boiled egg (although the hard-boiled egg variety is a tad dry).
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#28 Posted on 25.8.05 1446.51
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    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
      Originally posted by PsychoticMidget
      Philly. Cheese. Steak.

      Only done Pittsburgh-style with fries actually in the sandwich. Mmmm.


    Abso-fucking-lutely, although a proper Pittsburgh-style sandwich has coleslaw in there as well (the vinegar-y kind, not the mayonaisse-y kind).


I had one of those Primanti Brothers sandwiches last time I was at PNC Park. You Pittsburghians (-ers?) make a mean frickin' sandwich.

I will say that I am partial to those Monte Cristos they serve at Bennigan's. Half for dinner, half for lunch the next day.
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#29 Posted on 25.8.05 1506.06
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I'm with SHG....PB&J (preferably Jam or fruit spread) is my favorite...

But two lamb gyros (all the way, of course) from Mister M's might be a close second (at least lately)
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#30 Posted on 25.8.05 1529.35
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Peanut butter and bologna, chilled in the fridge for 30 minutes preferably.
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#31 Posted on 25.8.05 2155.39
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Homemade crab salad with lettuce and thin-sliced garden tomatoes on rosemary wheat.

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#32 Posted on 26.8.05 2315.36
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Philly cheesesteaks.

There's a Quizno's near my workplace, and I used to go in there practically every day I came to the office for a large sub. (It wasn't the greatest ever, but I developed a fond liking for it that's hard to describe.) So naturally, they dropped it from the menu. Friggin' Quizno's.

My favorite place to get a cheesesteak now is one of the Carl's Steaks in the city (there's one on 3rd Avenue in Midtown, and another on Houston Street - I think - in Soho/Tribeca), but I'm not there too often. There's also a decent place near my brother's apartment in the East Village called 99 Miles to Philly, but I'm not too fond of the bread there.
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#33 Posted on 28.8.05 1256.47
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I go for the Malibu Chicken -- frozen breaded chicken patty, baked in the oven for about 10 minutes; then put on deli ham and swiss cheese and bake for another 5.

Put that on whole wheat bread with some honey mustard sauce, and you're good to go.

Or... salmon patties with a dill mayo sounds good, too.
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#34 Posted on 29.8.05 0039.48
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Roast Beef on Rye - Lettuce, Tomato, Onions, Brown Mustard, Provelone Cheese.

And definitely Quizno's over Subway.
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#35 Posted on 29.8.05 1458.47
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I tend to get a lot of subs and a lot of pitas. Mostly turkey or chicken as I'm trying to not eat too retardedly anymore.

My new discovery is raspberry jam (the over 50% fruit, no-added-sugar kind) and soft cheese (reduced fat) on toast (Weight Watchers brand bread). It's surprisingly fantastic, and I bet it would be awesome on a bagel.
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#36 Posted on 3.9.05 0137.12
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If it's a sub sammich baked chicken or steak. Regular sammich would be a BACON sammich.
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#37 Posted on 6.11.05 1736.18
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Liverwurst, with mustard, on rye. Dill pickle and coleslaw on the side. For variation, use pumpernickel instead of rye.
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#38 Posted on 6.11.05 1742.49
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A simple bologna and cheese sandwich with mayo and a pickle on the side does it for me. Although the other day I had a Chicken Parm sub from Subway which was very delicious.

(edited by BOSsportsfan34 on 6.11.05 1843)
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#39 Posted on 6.11.05 1824.33
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I'm going to cheat here, but either a Classic Double/Triple from Wendys, or a Spicy Chicken Sandwich, come to think of it, also from Wendys.

Oh yeah, I love me some Wendys.
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#40 Posted on 6.11.05 2317.48
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3-way tie:

#1. Grilled Reuben

#2. Meatball & Cheese Sub

#3. Steak & Cheese & Mushrooms with A1 sauce on it.

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