Directors Favorite 'Subway' Sandwich?

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  1. Jason Whyte

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    Just went with a friend tonight after work and tried their Roasted Chicken sub. Pretty good, and I also love their Meatball and Pizza subs.
    And always on Italian Bread. Classic Cut. [​IMG]
    How about you?
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    Chicken breast on wheat with lettuce, onions, black olives, hot and mild peppers + extra mayo
     
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    Roast beef on white. Lettuce, pickles, onions, mustard, mayo, salt@ pepper and cheese. Oh yeah... has to be nuked in a microwave.
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    Foot-long meatball. Wheat, no cheese. No toppings; just cut it in half and wrap it, please. And a pink lemonade.
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    Grilled Chicken on a foot long Parmesan Bread, with double jalpenos, black olives, sweet peppers, Provolone Cheese, tomatoes,lettuce, onions, green peppers, oil and vinegar with salt and pepper and oregano
     
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    Anything from My Sub preferably [​IMG]
    Just a regular asst on brown
    LL cool B
     
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    I know its kind of lame but I've always like the "cold cut trio" Perhaps I just like saying it. And for all you die hard Subway fans check out this link
    www.spine.cx/subway/
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    Bloody thing. I think its time to go to the testing area. Anyway, just type it in. YOU won't be dissapointed
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    Usually, I order one of the following:
    1. Roasted Chicken sub (sometimes BBQ style)
    2. Meatball sub
    6" or 12", special bread (parmesan & oregano 75%), no cheese, lettuce, tomato, green pepper, jalapeno peppers, ground black pepper, and mustard. Yum.
    dave
     
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    Tuna on Italian Bread (classic cut) with cheese, lettuce, pickles, onions, mayo, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, parmesan, salt & pepper.
    Damn, now I'm hungry!
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    Subway Club--three different meats and its good for you--hold the mayo.
     
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    Michael Perez: You almost took the words outta my mouth. Except for the oil, that's how I prefer my Subway tuna sandwich!
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    My favorite is the Subway Club (foot-long and with everything on it). I rarely ever order any of the other Subway subs.
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    Meatball on Parmesan. Double American and a layer of pickels and I am out the door.
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    Ahh, the BMT on Italian or Asiago Cheese bread with Caesar sauce. In fact, I just ate one today. That's somewhere near my 100th Subway sub this summer!
    I'm not on a diet, but maybe they'll give me a TV spot just for lovin' them [​IMG]
     
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    Meatball, baby!
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    Another Sub Club Fan
    why did they get rid of their "italian" dressing?
     
  19. Sam E. Torres

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    roasted chicken is always great, so is the meatball... [​IMG]...i didn't know subway had a pizza sub-is that nationwide, or is it some local thing?
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    Meatball sub.
    Now if I only had a car so I can drive down to Subway to get me one. [​IMG]
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