Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub!

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2005/05/31 22:24:08 (permalink)

Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub!

I had all ready had the green peppers roasted and I made some fresh Marinara sauce then I made a load of fresh Italian bread and it all came together just now in a Italian Sausage and green pepper sub and I cant tell you how good it was ,but I did cut it into three sections and now Ive got to go to finish the rest!
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/05/31 22:30:00 (permalink)
    Sounds Tasty! I just got done with burgers on the grill... But that sub is getting my appetite going again...
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/01 00:07:29 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by jellybear

    I had all ready had the green peppers roasted and I made some fresh Marinara sauce then I made a load of fresh Italian bread and it all came together just now in a Italian Sausage and green pepper sub and I cant tell you how good it was ,but I did cut it into three sections and now Ive got to go to finish the rest!


    The heck you have to finish it, jelly. Just put one of those pieces here on-line where we can all enjoy it.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/01 08:39:51 (permalink)
    I dont think that theres a better marriage than green peppers and Italian Sausage.It was great.
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/01 12:34:01 (permalink)
    Just curious, did ya melt any Mozzerella or Provolone on the sub?
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/01 12:37:01 (permalink)
    Here's a nice twist:

    Wrap the cooked sausage, roasted peppers, fresh ricotta and some fresh mozzerella in some nice pizza dough and bake. Instant calzone.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/01 12:43:25 (permalink)
    Sausage and peppers without onions is quite foreign to me.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/02 12:08:34 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Sausage and peppers without onions is quite foreign to me.
    I agree and wheres the red gravy??? missing early morning sausage sandwichs on the boardwalk
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/08 19:25:00 (permalink)
    The Sausage Guy-made famous for his sausage subs on Landsdowne St. outside Fenway Park, Boston has recently taken over a retail location at a former Joe and Nemo's Hot Dog Stand on Cambridge St. in Downtown Boston:



    Good hot dogs too.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/08 21:55:00 (permalink)
    DaveM... Dog looks good, but that middle picture really irks me.. They have those semi-commercial Ketchup and Mustard containers with them plastic pumps. I found a nice little ice cream stand in East Grand Rapids that serves great dogs.. The server will load it up with the chili and cheese, but you get to finish it off with rest of the toppings and condiments. I tried using that mustard pump twice.. They blow out so much product, it's not only a waste of money, but ruins the dog.. Unless I want a plain chili dog, I've yet to return...
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/09 22:32:40 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Sausage and peppers without onions is quite foreign to me.

    Being from Chicago, Sausage & Peppers with onions is quite foreign to me. Must be a regional thing
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 11:52:11 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by Tommy2dogs

    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Sausage and peppers without onions is quite foreign to me.

    Being from Chicago, Sausage & Peppers with onions is quite foreign to me. Must be a regional thing

    Well, I'm from Connecticut, but I've been eating sausage and pepper subs for a lot of years in a lot of places, and I've never heard of one that didn't have onions. Heck, they have onions on them at the Ohio State Fair.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 11:58:19 (permalink)
    I cannot imagine having a Italian sausage without onions and peppers.

    The olafactory aroma at any event is so overwhelming that I cannot resist.

    I usually resist the red sauce that goes with that.

    I like the bun steamed although it is not always available.

    Paul E. Smith
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 12:00:45 (permalink)
    Sausage Guy offers an italian sausage made to his specifications.
    Not too much hot spices, and a nice mixture of fennel.
    This is what keeps many coming back.
    There has been turnover in the meat processing companies in New England due to buyouts, so many locally made hot dogs have changed.
    Not so with the italian sausage suppliers.
    BTW, only the mustard and catsup are dispensed that way.
    The Chili and Sauerkraut are dispensed from behind the counter.
    Sausage Guy took over this location-most of the counter area has not changed from the previous owner.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 12:35:17 (permalink)
    Sausage with onions and peppers, one of my downfalls. Again, another tried and true specialty with the best of the best here in the Northeast.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 14:08:37 (permalink)
    Oh Boy, am me trying to drop a couple of pounds. Not nice my dear. lol I love good italian sausage sandwiches, and I love them with peppers or onions or red sauce or all of the above.

    Mrs. Pappy
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 15:08:09 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Tommy2dogs

    quote:
    Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

    Sausage and peppers without onions is quite foreign to me.

    Being from Chicago, Sausage & Peppers with onions is quite foreign to me. Must be a regional thing
    In Chicago, most pizza places that serve an Italian sausage also have it with marinara sauce and peppers. At least around here they do.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 17:00:40 (permalink)
    What you guys need to try is a hero made with Fried Red Peppers,Fennel Sausage,Vidalia Onions,roasted garlic,all cooked in Olive Oil on a great Hero roll. Mumm,Mumm!
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/06/10 17:07:36 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by Richard Mackiewicz

    What you guys need to try is a hero made with Fried Red Peppers,Fennel Sausage,Vidalia Onions,roasted garlic,all cooked in Olive Oil on a great Hero roll. Mumm,Mumm!

    I've tried it with Vidalias, Walla Wallas, Texas 1015s and Maui onions. I don't like it with sweet onions. I use red and green peppers. And, if I want some hero's roll I'll buy one from some hero.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/07/21 17:00:15 (permalink)
    In Chicago, in lieu of onions & green peppers (called sweet), some eat it with hot giardinera (an Italian-American chopped up mix of hot peppers (seranno), carrot, cauliflower, green olives, oil, and herbs and spices.)
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/07/21 17:13:40 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by readjl

    In Chicago, in lieu of onions & green peppers (called sweet), some eat it with hot giardinera (an Italian-American chopped up mix of hot peppers (seranno), carrot, cauliflower, green olives, oil, and herbs and spices.)


    This sounds like a fine sandwich but there is no way it can be called an Italian sausage sub.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/07/21 17:15:47 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by readjl

    In Chicago, in lieu of onions & green peppers (called sweet), some eat it with hot giardinera (an Italian-American chopped up mix of hot peppers (seranno), carrot, cauliflower, green olives, oil, and herbs and spices.)


    This sounds like a fine sandwich but there is no way it can be called an Italian sausage sub.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/07/21 17:19:39 (permalink)
    Since I have a hard time digesting loads of peppers and onions, this approach doesn't really do it for me. In my youth in New England, I would get more of a sausage parm sub - sausage in red sauce with mozzarella.
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    RE: Lets talk Italian Sausage Sub! 2005/07/21 18:48:30 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by chezkatie

    quote:
    Originally posted by readjl

    In Chicago, in lieu of onions & green peppers (called sweet), some eat it with hot giardinera (an Italian-American chopped up mix of hot peppers (seranno), carrot, cauliflower, green olives, oil, and herbs and spices.)


    This sounds like a fine sandwich but there is no way it can be called an Italian sausage sub.


    In Chiocago I always order it as an Italian Sausage with Sweet & Hot. Can't remember ever seeing it on a menu as a sub or being called a sub.
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