Tuesday, February 7, 2006


1 head of Lettuce
2 ripe Tomatoes
1 Onion
1 jar hot banana peppers
1 jar Sweets & Hots (more peppers for the uninitiated)
8oz Beano's Original Submarine dressing
4 fresh baked crusty-on-the-outside soft-on-the-inside torpedo rolls
1/2 lb ham capicolla
1/3 lb slicing pepperoni
1/4 lb pepper ham
1/4 lb THIN sliced Genoa salami
1/3 lb aged provolone cheese


4 wicked good hoagies... enjoyed tonight with friends from PA. Sorry, no leftovers! :-D

1 comment:

The Savage said...

To quote other people's comments...

Posted 2/7/2006 7:36 PM by LoroJoro

*sighs covetously*
do you take orders for carryout or delivery?? ;-)

Notice to the Rest of the Planet:
NOBODY, and I mean NOBODY, makes a better hoagie than the Savage.
NosirreeBob (whoever the heck Bob is).

Posted 2/8/2006 1:29 PM by The Savage

*nods graciously* Thanks for the promotion, dude!

Delivery by special request only, helpful if you live near a Publix deli. :-D

Posted 2/13/2006 12:54 PM by Polyglot12

Only a northerner would have a recipe for hoagies. And ONLY Jersey tomatoes are worth the time! :) My Celiac body is craving a stinking hoagie roll from the north. Thanks! :)

Posted 2/14/2006 3:16 AM by The Savage

I used to work in a Mom & Pop deli in Jersey... we had a wicked lunch rush from the local factory... I got pretty good at making those hoagies & fast, too. And you're right, there's nothing like a good Jersey tomato, although I have found that the Publix "Ugly" tomatoes (imported from parts North) taste amazingly like the ones we remember from home.... Alas, they don't carry them year-round.

Posted 2/14/2006 8:25 AM by cindyu

So...just where does one find "crusty-on-the-outside-soft-on-the-inside" torpedo rolls? That problem has plagued me since I left Chicago in '90.

Posted 2/15/2006 12:06 PM by The Savage

Yea, that's the question isn't it?! Publix "submarine rolls" come close... some days. I'm tempted to try baking them myself. I'll let y'all know how that turns out. LOL