What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted

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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/05/16 01:16:50 (permalink)
Slice a lof of italian bread in half and open up.
Sprinkle with olive oil and red wine vinegar on both sides.
layer capicolla ham, then pepperoni, then genoa salami, then soppressata, then provolone.
sprinkle more oil and vinegar.
Layer thinly slice tomato, onion, banana peppers, and shredded lettuce.
one more shake of o & v, close and enjoy! mangia!
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/09/04 19:13:52 (permalink)
Provolone, Mortadella, Hot Capicolla, Genoa Salami (or Soppresatta), Shredded Lettuce, Thin Sliced Tomatoes, Thin Sliced Red Onions, Banana Pepper Rings, Oregano, Olive Oil, Red Wine Vinegar.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/10/05 19:57:20 (permalink)
When are you guys going to stop argueing what goes in a
'Hoagie', 'Sub', 'Grinder', 'Hero'
and give us some definite places worth going to and eat this stuff
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/10/05 20:14:47 (permalink)
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Originally posted by kanopemaine

When are you guys going to stop argueing what goes in a
'Hoagie', 'Sub', 'Grinder', 'Hero'
and give us some definite places worth going to and eat this stuff
The title of the thread is "What do you put on your Italian Sub???" rather than were do you get your Italian Sub? You might want to try the Search feature up at the top of the window.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/14 13:23:19 (permalink)
Capicola, Genoa, Pepperoni, Proscuttini, Provolone

Lettuce, Onions, Oil&Vinegar, Salt,Pepper,Oregano
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/14 13:30:41 (permalink)
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Originally posted by cameron074

Capicola, Genoa, Pepperoni, Proscuttini, Provolone

Lettuce, Onions, Oil&Vinegar, Salt,Pepper,Oregano


Good enough for me. I would nix the oil and salt, add hot peppers if available and maybe a little mayo. Just a little.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/14 14:32:08 (permalink)
Capicola, Genoa, Pepperoni, Mortadella, Provolone, lettuce, tomato, oil & vinegar, chopped cherry peppers (often called hoagie spread).

MUST be on one of those hard Italian sub rolls that cut the roof of your mouth .

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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/14 19:11:51 (permalink)
Pretty much what everyone else says-genoa, hot capicola, procsuitto, mortadella, provolone( although a good mozzarella from my favorite Italian deli is so much more tasty than store bought)giardiniera,lettuce, tomatoes, black olives.And then I buy a fresh loaf of bread from Sciortinos on the east side.It doesnt get any better than that!!
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 13:54:13 (permalink)
Just finnished one for lunch today.
Mortadella {imp} hot and sweet capicola, soprosatta, and imported provolne.
Chopped tomatos,red onions,chopped tart pickles, hot peppers olive oil and Italian seasoning. No Lettuce! It's been awhile since I had one, damn decient.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 14:02:12 (permalink)
top quality roll, seeded if at all possible
prosciutto
mortadella
capicola
sandwich size pepperoni
sharp provolone
fresh mozzarella
roasted red peppers
roasted garlic
onions
romaine lettuce
fresh basil
red wine vinegrette
olive oil
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 14:30:11 (permalink)
I stop at WAWA no oil with sweet peppers

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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 14:52:33 (permalink)
I gotta say, I don't really care for mortadella. I don't particularly care for bologna either. It's strange, because I love German style hotdogs - which is very similar to bologna. My wife buys mortadella from time to time and so I'll make a sandwich out of it with other meats like genoa salami, capicola and such. But it's definately not a favorite.



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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 15:42:10 (permalink)
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I gotta say, I don't really care for mortadella. I don't particularly care for bologna either. It's strange, because I love German style hotdogs - which is very similar to bologna. My wife buys mortadella from time to time and so I'll make a sandwich out of it with other meats like genoa salami, capicola and such. But it's definately not a favorite.






I am with you on this. I like the stong tastes of the other meats, I almost htink of this as watering down the sandwich.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 16:17:04 (permalink)
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Originally posted by divefl

quote:
Originally posted by cameron074

Capicola, Genoa, Pepperoni, Proscuttini, Provolone

Lettuce, Onions, Oil&Vinegar, Salt,Pepper,Oregano


Good enough for me. I would nix the oil and salt, add hot peppers if available and maybe a little mayo. Just a little.


I think I get salt just out of habit, I can never even tell it's there. I'm all for hot peppers (I'm all for hot anything) except banana peppers and cherry peppers, because I just don't find them hot. Jalapenos. Oh yeah.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 16:36:30 (permalink)
crusty French or Italian bread
olive oil
red wine vinegar
oregano
lettuce
sliced tomatoes -- salt & pepper on the tomatoes
a few very, very thinly sliced rings of red onion
genoa salami
sorpressata
prosciutto
sandwich pepperoni
1 slice of mortadella
black pepper ham (sometimes called prosciuttini)
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 16:52:15 (permalink)
a good roll put in oven for a few so it gets crunchy on the outside.
light mayo
genoa salami,virginia ham,capicola,germon bolagna,provolone or swiss or maybe both,red onion,tomato,50/50 romain/iceberg lettuce,olive oil,salt/pepper,italian seasoning roasted red bell pepper(if I have it)
pepperoncini peepers on the side and some good quality chips (UTZ) a good Lager to wash it all down.Here's a pic of one I made not sure the exact ingredients but what is listed is pretty much the norm at my house.

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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 17:41:23 (permalink)
At a local Italian market in Columbus (Carfagna's) they have sub rolls which they call pizza shop sub buns. They are about 9 inches and seeded. I get the saem ingredients most have mentioned here though I often splurge and get a small amount of the imported prosciutto which is like $17 a pound. Lately I have been using Beano's Original sub dressing and it has been a hit with everyone. I think I just decided what I want for dinner.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 18:18:36 (permalink)
I frequently use those rolls from Carfagna's. I have to tell you though, using the very expensive Prociutto di Parma, for which I last paid $25 a pound, on a sub seems a waste of money. If I had to have prociutto on a sub I'd buy the domestic stuff.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 18:44:22 (permalink)
God, someone who thinks they know it all can't even spell prosciutto.
Who gives a crap about where the submarine was invented. The food channel said New York. Personally, I don't give a damn.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 18:44:42 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

I frequently use those rolls from Carfagna's. I have to tell you though, using the very expensive Prociutto di Parma, for which I last paid $25 a pound, on a sub seems a waste of money. If I had to have prociutto on a sub I'd buy the domestic stuff.


You're probably right. They sell it in 1/4 pound packs and I usually just put on one piece per sub and then eat the rest by itself or with fruit or cheese as a snack.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 19:54:49 (permalink)
That's what I buy when I get the Prociutto di parma -- the quarter-pound packages of slices meat. I've had problems with some of the people when asking them to slice it for me.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 20:30:15 (permalink)
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God, someone who thinks they know it all can't even spell prosciutto.
Who gives a crap about where the submarine was invented. The food channel said New York. Personally, I don't give a damn.

But you cared enough to read this thread, and enough to share this bit of petty nastiness with us. Thanks.

and now...back to the subs :-)
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/15 20:53:51 (permalink)
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Originally posted by rainroosty

God, someone who thinks they know it all can't even spell prosciutto.
Who gives a crap about where the submarine was invented. The food channel said New York. Personally, I don't give a damn.


Oh, I don't know everything. I do know that prociutto is one of the two acceptable ways to spell that particular ham. I do not know who gave you permission to use your mommie's computer.

See?
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 10:12:35 (permalink)
I don't like rainroosty's comment, completely uncalled for. Nothing worse than people posting slams on other people's typing/spelling/grammar. I like to think of us an an informal group. But prosciutto is the only proper way to spell that particular ham, especially when talking about prosciutto di parma. In Parma, Italy, it's spelled "prosciutto." In italian, the two words, "prosciutto" and "prociutto" wouldn't even be pronounced the same.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 11:07:33 (permalink)
In fact, there are two accepted ways to spell it. Because of that I vary my spelling.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 11:12:01 (permalink)
I don't know Michael, you would normally have posted something to support your point by now, if it was there.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 11:29:46 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

In fact, there are two accepted ways to spell it. Because of that I vary my spelling.


Well, that's not correct, but I don't really care how you spell it. I definately agree w/you that putting expensive parma ham on an italian sub is a waste of money. With all the other meats and flavors on an italian sub, the delicate difference of parma ham vs. domestic parma-style (or Capicola for that matter)is lost and thus money is burned. $25/lb isn't a bad price either. I often see it packaged in 1/4lb sliced packages at ~$8. I definately wouldn't put it on a sub. For that, I'll get the domestic (or canadian) stuff as you suggest at about 7.99-9.99/lb or better yet, I tend to use Capicola on my italian subs.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 13:37:36 (permalink)
Just a quick few instances of prociutto:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/89487949@N00/218400953/

http://www.recipesource.com/munchies/appetizers/08/rec0814.html

http://www.amazon.com/tag/prociutto

http://www.instawares.com/vertical-slicer-clamping-carriage.uvx-v12fp.0.7.htm

http://www.culinarymenus.com/restaurants/pastaepescemenus.php

http://www.erchurchill.com/catering.html

http://www.saveursdumonde.net/?action=recette_show&id=1749&lg=fr
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 13:44:35 (permalink)
Your examples all show the s used in the recipes, so perhaps the others were simple spelling mistakes that we all do at times. i.e. I don't want to be the first person to start a prociutto "tag". There are a number of prosciutto tags however.
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RE: What do you put on your Italian Sub??? Just wanted 2007/11/16 14:43:42 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Michael Hoffman

Just a quick few instances of prociutto:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/89487949@N00/218400953/

http://www.recipesource.com/munchies/appetizers/08/rec0814.html

http://www.amazon.com/tag/prociutto

http://www.instawares.com/vertical-slicer-clamping-carriage.uvx-v12fp.0.7.htm

http://www.culinarymenus.com/restaurants/pastaepescemenus.php

http://www.erchurchill.com/catering.html

http://www.saveursdumonde.net/?action=recette_show&id=1749&lg=fr



they are all spelling errors made by individual posters or menu makers, not secondary spelling versions. Visit the Parma, Italia and you'll see how it's spelled. Visit the companies' websites that produce the product. Using common spelling errors from posters on a website or from menus as proof of your foible, is every bit as bad as using wikipedia as a reference source.

Truth is, if "prociutto" was a correct spelling, it wouldn't be called "prô-'shü-(,)tô," since the "sc" is what gives the "sh" sound like the word "crescendo." The fact that some chef in Nantucket doesn't know that, doesn't mean squat. It's wrong.

In fact, if you google "prociutto" in Parma, Italy, you get ZERO hits for that word. ALL hits spell it "prosciutto." Apparently, in Italy, they don't misspell it.

It's ok to be wrong. It's not the end of the world. Similar to your, hopefully, revelation, I mispronounced "fustrated" for years, until one of my friends said, "dude, it's 'frustrated.'" And I said, "that's what I said...isn't it?" And he said, "no. you said fustrated." And I said, "why didn't you tell me that years ago?" He said, "I never found the right time."

That was "fustrating" because I hadn't heard of a silent "r" either.





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