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Old 12-30-2012, 08:58 PM   #31
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When I do Subway I get their seafood sub with lettuce, tomatoes, black olives, sweet peppers and mayo. Not all Subways serve the seafood so then I get the club sandwich with turkey, roast beef and ham. Same toppings except add cheese and switch mayo for honey mustard.

I much prefer the Subway Station shop here. They use a creamy Italian dressing on their subs and the whole thing is baked so the meats are warm and the cheese melts and the outside of the bread gets toasted.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:22 AM   #32
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We don't get Subway in SA but I do get subs at our pizza place and sometimes order one with mozzarella, olives, chillies, garlic and tomato.
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Old 12-31-2012, 01:43 AM   #33
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Turkey with swiss and avacado. I like subway better than Quiznos (too salty) but I like Togos better than subway. Our grocery store makes a decent sandwich at the deli counter but the service is bad beyond belief.
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That sounds like a pretty combo. Hot or cold?
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Subway used to have bread that smelled vile while it was baking, so I didn't eat there. It no longer smells bad while it is being baked. I only eat there as an emergency measure when I'm out and can't find something better. If I want a sub, I live right around the corner from Montreal restaurant Dagwoods offers catering services and food delivery. It's actually the original, from before it became a chain. I usually have the roast beast with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickled hot peppers, and Dagwood's sauce on whole wheat.
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That sounds like a pretty combo. Hot or cold?
It's yummy! I have it hot.
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I also like to stop at subway for a salad. I usually just get the chicken breast salad, and I pick all of my veggies. I can stop by on the way to work, and they will make a salad at that time, and then I get the dressing on the side and it is easy for me at lunch time later. It's kind of nice that you can get anything they serve at any time of day.
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Chopped celery in tunafish is very popular here. Sorry you don't agree with it.
Is that a Minnesotan thing? Do they add anything?
When I make tuna salad at home I add Miracle Whip, dill pickles, celery, onion, and sometimes celery seed. Subway's tuna salad looks like it may just be tuna and mayonnaise, maybe some spices(?). You have them add all the other stuff on top of it. James and I love Subway's tuna subs. I always order them on honey-oat bread and top the tuna salad with lettuce, spinach, onion, tomato, black olives, as much dill pickle as we can get without being charged more, and a little dash of oil and vinegar. James gets his the same way, but with cheese and cucumber in addition to the other stuff.

We also like their Subway Club sandwich.

All of that said, we have not eaten there much since giving up most breads.
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When I make tuna salad at home I add Miracle Whip, dill pickles, celery, onion, and sometimes celery seed. Subway's tuna salad looks like it may just be tuna and mayonnaise, maybe some spices(?). You have them add all the other stuff on top of it. James and I love Subway's tuna subs. I always order them on honey-oat bread and top the tuna salad with lettuce, spinach, onion, tomato, black olives, as much dill pickle as we can get without being charged more, and a little dash of oil and vinegar. James gets his the same way, but with cheese and cucumber in addition to the other stuff.

We also like their Subway Club sandwich.

All of that said, we have not eaten there much since giving up most breads.
I always use celery and onion. I've had it with pickle in it, too, though. It always has something in it
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I always use celery and onion. I've had it with pickle in it, too, though. It always has something in it
+1, along with sweet relish and Helman's Lite.
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