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Happy “Sandwich Made on Long Bread” Day

on October 9, 2014

Also known as “Oh….So That’s Where You’re From” Day.

Let’s take a vote on the matter.

Anyhoo….if you haven’t made lunch plans, here’s the perfect opportunity to indulge!

P.S. – My favorite is meatball with provolone and lots of sauce.

P.P.S. – A Cheesesteak does not count. It’s its own beast.

P.P.P.S. – The meatball wedge DOES count. It’s my blog and I said so. Yes – it’s correctly called a WEDGE!


8 responses to “Happy “Sandwich Made on Long Bread” Day

  1. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    More terrible service! I’ll never go back there.I guess that I’ll go home and make my own sandwich.

  2. Bike Bubba says:

    Po’ Boy, no?

    I’m obviously not from Nawlins, but my great uncle was a newspaper editor in Baton Rouge. So I know a touch about that part of the world.

    • Maeve says:

      I’m not sure about the Po’Boy – it might fall into the same category as cheesesteak – “it’s its own beast”. That said, I rather could go for one 🙂

      • Bike Bubba says:

        I once had a business trip to near Philly and when the host asked if there was anything that came to mind, I mentioned a cheese steak. My mom had introduced me to them way back when she was working for a company based there. Definitely its own critter.

        Oh, and they delivered. Yum. Burp. Time to exercise. :^) And it sure beats eating “sibs”, which I assume is short for “siblings.” Or a typo.

  3. Elspeth says:

    We just call them sibs, but this is FL, where very few people are avtually from – eccept us it seems, LOL.

  4. Elspeth says:

    LOL. I meant subs. Stupid phone keyboard.

    • Maeve says:

      OK – the first time I was asked if I wanted a hoagie, I thought I was getting propositioned!!!!!!!!!!!


      (in all fairness it was my first week at college and we didn’t have hoagies in CT, but I was in PA, so there ya have it. Talk about being a dork!)

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