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Old 11-05-2009, 11:24 AM   #31
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Not a subway fan.... I am a vegetarian and while they have a veggie sub on the menu, it has one tiny slice of cheese on it. They cut it in half diagonally and call it 2. It's just not a meal. The last subway I was at didn't have any provolone, only cheddar and pepper jack. Call me a purist, but I think that subs should have provolone or mozzerella...

We have a chain in the NW called Bruchis that make hot subs that are great! They aren't traditional subs.. the contents of the sandwhich are sizzled on a griddle and then added to the bread sort of philly cheese steak style. They use great seasonal fresh ingredients.
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Old 11-05-2009, 01:30 PM   #32
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Not a subway fan.... I am a vegetarian and while they have a veggie sub on the menu, it has one tiny slice of cheese on it. They cut it in half diagonally and call it 2. It's just not a meal. The last subway I was at didn't have any provolone, only cheddar and pepper jack. Call me a purist, but I think that subs should have provolone or mozzerella...

We have a chain in the NW called Bruchis that make hot subs that are great! They aren't traditional subs.. the contents of the sandwhich are sizzled on a griddle and then added to the bread sort of philly cheese steak style. They use great seasonal fresh ingredients.
I love that they have a link called "What is a cheesesteak."
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Old 11-08-2009, 06:53 PM   #33
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If you are on the west coast and craving mexican, Roberto's Tacos is hard to beat, many times over better than taco bell.
If you end up in seligman, arizona I recomend the snow cap, the place has been there forever and has dang good, old fashioned hamburger stand type food. If you end up in 4corners, california give Astro Burgers a try.
In texas for a burger head for a whataburger. In oklahoma if you want a REALLY GOOD BURGER stop at BRAUMS. I do have to agree with above posters, Culvers has really good food, for a fair price in a clean setting.
I've traveled across this nations many lonely roads , most of the famous haunts of the days gone by, have merely evaporated and only the ghosts of good food remain.
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Old 11-09-2009, 05:22 AM   #34
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will try Roberto's Tacos

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If you are on the west coast and craving mexican, Roberto's Tacos is hard to beat, many times over better than taco bell.
If you end up in seligman, arizona I recomend the snow cap, the place has been there forever and has dang good, old fashioned hamburger stand type food. If you end up in 4corners, california give Astro Burgers a try.
In texas for a burger head for a whataburger. In oklahoma if you want a REALLY GOOD BURGER stop at BRAUMS. I do have to agree with above posters, Culvers has really good food, for a fair price in a clean setting.
I've traveled across this nations many lonely roads , most of the famous haunts of the days gone by, have merely evaporated and only the ghosts of good food remain.

I will definetly try Roberto's Tacos when i go to the west coast soon...taco bell is ok but if i have a choice between taco bell and home-made mexican food id go for the home-made..thanks again
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Old 11-16-2009, 03:01 AM   #35
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I agree with foodfriend....
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Old 12-02-2009, 11:58 PM   #36
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Even I prefer going to Mcdonalds when traveling and when there is no good restaurant around. But I also look for some good dhabas which are very famous here in India. They would serve some really good Punjabi food and reasonable too.
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KFC, Wendy's, Burger King, and Mc Donalds are still my faves.
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Old 02-10-2010, 01:52 AM   #38
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Someone above mentioned in-store delis...I agree. That's where all my "fast-food" comes from. Most have a seating area these days. Whole Foods and associated have fantastic salad bars with everything you could possibly want on a salad and a soup bar.
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Old 02-13-2010, 09:29 PM   #39
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Subway melt, toasted, on Italian herbs and chesse bread. Not sure if its UK only, but yum thats delicious!!
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:30 AM   #40
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Chik-fil-A and Jason's Deli are my favorites in my area. Taco Time in the west is what I crave though. Specifically the crisp pinto burritos! There is no TT on the east coast.
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