Italian Subs

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    Promised FoxFyre some recipes, thought I'd share with everyone...Here's a quick one to get you started. Be back later to post more....

    What You'll Need...

    Soft hoagie buns, halved.
    Olive oil
    Sliced salami
    Sliced provolone cheese
    Kosher pickles sliced
    Sliced tomatoes
    Sliced purple/red onions
    Salt and pepper to taste (optional)

    Spread olive oil generously on bun and build your sub with the remaining ingredients. Salt and pepper. Serve with chips.
     
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    Pennsylvania?
     
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    The sandmich or the submarine???
     
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    Here's one my Dad told me:

    Why do Italians have no neck?

    *shrugs* Beats me!!!!




    I know.

    It sucked then too..........
     
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    Well, the recipe originated from Maine when I lived there a few years back.
     
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    i ask because you call them hoagies. The names can be regional. Submarines, grinders, hoagies, dagwoods.....

    I was just curious. :)
     
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    The proper term is "hero". My preferred combo is:

    Provalone
    Olive salad
    shredded lettuce
    roasted peppers
    sliced tomatos
    Mortadella
    Salami
    capicolla
    Prosicutto

    I usually like oil and vinegar as the dressing. you can also sneak some pepperoni slices in if you want.
     
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    Where I come from its a Grinder...
     
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    This sounds yummy too!

    Hoagies, subs, heroes, grinders...yeah, I think it's regional.
     

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