Take out from Primo

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ChrisOC
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2009/05/11 12:09:48 (permalink)

Take out from Primo

There is a great little sndwich shop in Ocean City NJ called Primo Hoagies not to be confused with Primo Pizza.  They use very good meats (Thumann's)  and fantastic seeded rolls.  My personal favorites from the 34 different hoagies they make are the Tuna Diablo, made with Italian tuna, hot pepper cheese and spices.  And the Old Italian, made with dry cured capacola, sharp provolone and prosciutto.  They are a little pricey at $7.89, but one of the best hoagies ever.
 
This is the Old Italian
 
 

 
Another shot of the same sandwich
 

 
 
 
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    Ahi Mpls.
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    Re:Take out from Primo 2009/05/11 12:49:29 (permalink)
    Oh YUM! I would be all over that sammich   I don't know of anywhere in my neck of the woods that use SEEDED rolls...And I love seeds - cept for the added cleanup!!!
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Take out from Primo 2009/05/11 12:49:47 (permalink)
    Oh, man-that sure looks good.What is on it besides meat and cheese?( and obviously lettuce)And how long are they?
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    ChrisOC
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    Re:Take out from Primo 2009/05/11 13:00:55 (permalink)
    Besides Prosciutto, provolone and copacola there is lettuce, tomato, onion, oil and vinegar with a sprinkle of oregano.  In the first picture, I had moved one piece of the sandwich.  The whole thing was about 12 inches. 
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    ann peeples
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    Re:Take out from Primo 2009/05/11 13:06:23 (permalink)
    Sounds like a winner-and the price isnt too bad for that large of a sub...
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    ellen4641
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    Re:Take out from Primo 2009/05/11 23:01:14 (permalink)
    We've got a Primo Hoagie's right here in Egg Harbor Township....
    It's  only about 1/4 of a mile from my condo door....!
    I just walk out the back part of the condo parking lot, across the grass, and cross a few streets..

    It's on Fire Road, just off Exit 36 of the Garden State Parkway..
    you probably know exactly where I mean now, Chris ...
    It's right down the street from Genuardi's supermarket, where the Bonefish Grill is.

    I wish they roasted their own turkey and roast beef there..
    I DO love their rolls, though..
    and their homemade pickles..
    but they close early,  usually 7 pm....  often I don't get home from work till almost that time
    post edited by ellen4641 - 2009/05/12 19:42:01
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    Re:Take out from Primo 2009/05/11 23:58:58 (permalink)
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