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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 09:02:41 (permalink)
Yes Michael I work in Austin but live in Georgetown. I like the red neckyness of Williamson County.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 09:25:31 (permalink)
I hope to get to Cortina's Italian Market in Anaheim  today for an Italian Hoagie ( Grinder) with Genoa salami, Gabbagool, Provolone cheese on crusty bread, with  all kinds of peppers, onions, lettuce tomatoes and Italian olive oil and  red wine vinegar salt and pepper........I just looked at the menu and they also have Italian sausage and peppers Hoagies, Meatball and mozzarella Hoagies and Eggplant Parmesan hoagies....Proscuitto Di Parma sandwich with fresh Mozzarella, basil, tomato and EVOO...........I want all of these, and have to pick one.....How the Hell does a person pick one..............
I'll post some pictures of the final picks later today...............It's Spaghetti day there so my little girl will be fine.....
 
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 09:49:43 (permalink)
When ever I see or hear the word "gabbagool" I think of this...
 

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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 10:00:50 (permalink)
What the f
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 10:02:08 (permalink)
I feel better!
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 11:40:10 (permalink)
Tony, I could use a young Turk like Joerogo, a guy that knows how to carry a piece in case they are out of Gabbagool. I don't want no trouble for the family, Capeesh......
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 11:46:25 (permalink)
Young Turk?
I thought Joe was older than Michael Hoffman.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 12:01:02 (permalink)
<<<Hoboken>>>

Come on <<<Hoboken>>>

They are all like what the f
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 12:29:49 (permalink)
CCinNJ

I feel better!

 
Thanks for using the "PAX network" edit.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 12:36:20 (permalink)
You're welcome.

Can I go to the FUN five word story thread with 7 sub toppings?

Please?
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 13:00:41 (permalink)
You two need to get a(chat)room
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 13:10:44 (permalink)
Living in the enclave with all the sexy "mutz" (mutz?) God forgive me.

Oh...they must all be at Fiore's. Son of a b
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 14:03:33 (permalink)
joerogo

You two need to get a(chat)room

That's way off topic.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 14:20:38 (permalink)
Today is Holy Thursday.

<<<Hoboken>>>

I am tired. Hopefully cannoli or Montana Roadfood tomorrow.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 16:42:03 (permalink)
Will some one speak please english???????
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 16:59:03 (permalink)
Good Friday!!!

No meat subs!!!

Pizza!!
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 20:05:49 (permalink)
edwmax

Will some one speak please english???????

or Italian. I can't understand NewJerseyese either.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 21:25:20 (permalink)
I am sorry.

I am so used to going to the front page and seeing everywhere else. I saw <<<Hoboken>>> and was like Oh my God! Oh my God! Oh my God!

That is how we get...af times. How I get...maybe.

I will go plan for the big <<<Hoboken>>> open chat extravaganza and practice my English.

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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 21:38:33 (permalink)
1bbqboy

edwmax

Will some one speak please english???????

or Italian. I can't understand NewJerseyese either.

 
Non sapevo che lei ha parlato di amici Italiani.
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/05 21:54:31 (permalink)
Yeah yeah!!

We'll take some wine and cheese curds for our annual Karaoke meeting! You will love New Jersey Mr. Bbqboy! Bring dollar bills to tape to the statues!!
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/06 10:14:09 (permalink)
When I go to an Italian Market, I would like to see a Italian behind the meat counter. I was looking over the cold meats, I asked the counter kid to tell me how to pronounce the word for the italian cold cut. He told me, I'm not going to say it right, but I think it's called "Capicolla" I told him the story about Gabbagool, with him being a nice kid, he humored me. I remember the day, that if I ever called it Capicolla The italian deli owner would give me  a dirty look and say, It's Gabbagool, not Capicolla. Times have changed, Those days are gone................The restaurant and market are separate, I had the Italian sausage and pepper hoagie, Mollie had the Spaghetti with Marinara sauce and garlic bread, and My wife had the Antipasto salad. The food was good, But I miss getting yelled at. I'll be in NYC this summer, I know I can get yelled at there..........pnwc
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/04/06 11:48:54 (permalink)
More on Fiore's!!

http://wanderingfoodie.com/2010/fiore-deli/

It's not Fiore's here when you have had it for lunch and your friends did not.

It's Fi-orrr-eee's Fi-orrr-eee's!!! Ha Ha!

To that they will say YOU'RE AN A
post edited by CCinNJ - 2012/04/06 11:52:23
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Re:Great Italian Sub 2012/09/11 21:39:10 (permalink)
This place. Very small chain, but really freaking good. Destroys the other chains, and sadly most local places here too.
http://www.dibellas.com/
 
For the bread:


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