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hoagie

A sandwich served on a long roll of bread, typically six inches to several feet in length, filled with a variety of ingredients including meat, cheese, and vegetables. Primarily heard in US. This restaurant across the road from our office makes the best hoagie in the city. I've gotten to where I go there two or three times a week for lunch. I'm ordering a few four-foot hoagies for the party this weekend, so if you have any food allergies, let me know before tomorrow.
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You see a hoagie, a grinder, a sub, and a hero are one and the same thing.
Four preportioned and fully cooked beef hoagie patties.
The site will also feature The Hoagie Finder, an interactive map to select hoagie shops by neighborhoods, and the Great Philadelphia Hoagie Debate, a poll in which visitors vote on what's most important to an authentic hoagie and enter to win a year's supply of hoagies.
The unveiling of a giant, record-breaking, 10,000-foot hoagie commemorates the 10th Anniversary Wawa Hoagie Day .
Wawa is known for quality own-branded products including award-winning coffee and freshly prepared hoagies.
Scores of loyal customers that come to Wawa stores to order their favorite hoagies and other offerings now go to one of up to six Radiant CSS kiosks installed at each site.
The menu also boasts Philly Chicken Cheese Steak Sandwiches, genuine Philadelphia Hoagies and salads as well as the best Fries anywhere.
Wawa offers a large fresh food selection, including Wawa brands like Built-to-Order Hoagies which come in four sizes: the Junior, Shorti, Classic, and Two-Footer.
that will make built-to-order hoagies, and Wawa's own line of
Launched at the University of Pennsylvania, the company first began taking orders for local restaurants, bringing pizza, hoagies and wings to the Penn community.
of Wawa's four types of hoagies -- the Junior hoagie(R), the Shorti
There are a number of versions of how the hoagie came into being, but just about all of them share the common thread of hungry ship yard workers, working 'round the clock during the war years -- and hoagies were the meal that kept them going.
Come help the judges decide who's making the best hoagies and sandwiches.