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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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Primo Hoagies: All day on National Hoagie Day, this mid-Atlantic coast based chain with locations in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia will be (https://www.primohoagies.com/) offering Primo (medium) sized hoagies (normally between $7.99-$9.99) for $5.99.
Subway: Subway offers a new foot long sandwich meal for (http://www.subway.com/en-us) $6.00 every day at participating locations, and National Hoagie Day is no different.
The pot of coleslaw on the side was rich and creamy and again provided welcome variation, bringing an added crunch to the hoagie if it felt a little stodgy at points.
The brioche bun of the burger, like my hoagie, held up well and didn't become saturated or separate despite being loaded to the brim with juicy meat, while the sweet potato fries were tasty if a tad on the soggy side.
The names also fall into several distinct patterns of origin, from the shape (sub, torpedo, rocket, zeppelin, blimpie, and bomber), from the size (hero, hoagie), from ethnic association (Italian sandwich, Cuban sandwich), from the type of bread used (muffuletta, spuckie), or from the fact that the sandwich is a cheap meal (poor boy).
I learned my first exotic name for the sandwich, hoagie, during my earliest school days.
* Four preportioned and fully cooked beef hoagie patties.
Later, Hoagie and the boys explain their tag obsession to possibly the worst reporter ever employed by The Wall Street Journal, Rebecca Crosby (Annabelle Wallis), who apparently has no qualms about breaking into people's homes or being part of a group intending to waterboard an uncooperative clerk so she can write some high-quality journalism.
"We're very excited about those hoagies," Kim said.
Wawa seems to have found that $3.79 is a magic price point for all their branded fresh lunches: fresh bowl salads as well as wraps, medium-size hoagies (or subs) that they call "Shorties," as well as croissant and hard roll sandwiches.
If you develop a cheesesteak addiction, you're in luck: "A Taste of Philadelphia" delivers fresh cheesesteaks nationwide, Homesick Philadelphians and other fans of local flavor can order cheesesteaks, hoagies, soft pretzels, Tastycakes and more, shipped fresh overnight to your home or Office, Call 1-800-8-HOAGIE or e-mail tastephila@aol.com.
Fletchers also operate a new Automated Packing System for finger-type products, like frozen Hot Dog Rolls and Hoagies, and they now offer a Consolidated Delivery Service, with all products held at one single cold store, and combined deliveries distributed via Frigoscandia Distribution.
The cute and unique New York Deli pays homage to its big city namesake in serving up the best lunches in town - and not just sandwiches, but hot dogs, bagels, hoagies and great, big hunks of bread barely able to contain the supersized deliciousness of the portions.
Since Atlantic City is filled with people who talk Phillies and Eagles rather than Yankees and Knicks, I wondered if patrons would understand that heroes and grinders are New York names for sandwiches that Philly-folk call hoagies and subs.
Very well established (27 years) American Restaurant with loyal local customer base at very good location on major State road, offers all the Hoagies you can imagine.