Bad news for Philly Hoagie lovers...

One of my first jobs was making hoagies at Wawa. This was back when wawa was still just a local convenience store/deli, not the national chain it is now.

Then, when I became a firefighter, one of our fundraisers was selling hoagies, Which we made there at the firehouse.

Now, I belong to the American Legion, and that's one of our fund raisers here.

Funny thing is, I've never been a big hoagie guy.
Our favorite Jersey Mike's #2 jimmie John.
 
Our favorite Jersey Mike's #2 jimmie John.
Never had them. Hoagies are kind of like cheesesteaks. They both have to be served on an Amoroso roll.
The best is to find an old mom and pop deli...one where you can smell the fried onions when you get out of the car.
That's one of the things I miss about living up north. No delis here. When people here say "deli", they usually mean a little Jewish restaurant.

No diners here, either, which is kind of weird, considering that there are more people from New Jersey and New York in this part of Florida than there are actual Floridians.
 
Why would anybody believe National News?

“Natural News is a far-right, anti-vaccination conspiracy theory and fake news website known for promoting alternative medicine, pseudoscience, disinformation, and far-right extremism.[1][9]”
One of your local side kicks said I got my news from them I had never heard of them. Why do your sidekicks make stuff up?

So I was curious, 3 years ago, and they had an Interview by Alex Jones with a scientist from Wuhan that confirmed fauchee was funding the lab and the virus was worked on in the lab. Your ugly dishonest sources denied the truth for 3 years.

Go ahead and defend your double down.
 
They are a blessing for humanity. ...same with Ruebens.
Reubens are a different story. We have a very large Jewish population here, so there are lots of places to get a good Rueben. We have a local chain here called Toojays, which is based on the Jewish delis in New York. They're excellent.
 
Never had them. Hoagies are kind of like cheesesteaks. They both have to be served on an Amoroso roll.
I agree, the roll is important.

I was in Arizona and went to a "hoagie" shop and figured I try one.
They had the right meats and cheese listed...Hal, Salami, capicola, provolone cheese...
Afrer ordering the hoagies I left for a few minutes. When I returned the guy was removing them from the oven!!!

I said..Dude!!! NO!!!...

It appears they make their hoagies as "grinders".
 
Reubens are a different story. We have a very large Jewish population here, so there are lots of places to get a good Rueben. We have a local chain here called Toojays, which is based on the Jewish delis in New York. They're excellent.
God said the seed of Abraham would be a blessing. I have a rotation of 5 delis for a great reuben.
 
Reubens are a different story. We have a very large Jewish population here, so there are lots of places to get a good Rueben. We have a local chain here called Toojays, which is based on the Jewish delis in New York. They're excellent.
When I was in New Orleans (Nawlins) I ordered a Po' Boy from the market....most excellent.
 
I agree, the roll is important.

I was in Arizona and went to a "hoagie" shop and figured I try one.
They had the right meats and cheese listed...Hal, Salami, capicola, provolone cheese...
Afrer ordering the hoagies I left for a few minutes. When I returned the guy was removing them from the oven!!!

I said..Dude!!! NO!!!...

It appears they make their hoagies as "grinders".
There's a place in Delray Beach that advertises itself as making authentic cheesesteaks. So I asked the guy if they have Amoroso rolls. He got really mad at me. I was just joking around with him, but apparently, he gets asked that all the time and doesn't like it.
 
When I was in New Orleans (Nawlins) I ordered a Po' Boy from the market....most excellent.
Mother's is a favorite place. about 4 blocks south is a place which i don't remember the name with the best Seafood Po'boys.
Muffaletta original from Central Grocery. They have their own bread.
 
So the socialists are doing damage to the supply chains and loading up on inflation.

Convergence with Lent and some bad feelings talking about meat vs their pilgramage to a can of Tuna.
 
There's a place in Delray Beach that advertises itself as making authentic cheesesteaks. So I asked the guy if they have Amoroso rolls. He got really mad at me. I was just joking around with him, but apparently, he gets asked that all the time and doesn't like it.
Of course. That hearth baked bread is the real deal.
 
So the socialists are doing damage to the supply chains and loading up on inflation.
That seems to be the intention of the NWO socialist.....shhhhhh who according to the libs don't exist.

Good thinks eggs arn't required for making rolls...or at least egg use use appears to be minimal.
 
One of your local side kicks said I got my news from them I had never heard of them. Why do your sidekicks make stuff up?

So I was curious, 3 years ago, and they had an Interview by Alex Jones with a scientist from Wuhan that confirmed fauchee was funding the lab and the virus was worked on in the lab. Your ugly dishonest sources denied the truth for 3 years.

Go ahead and defend your double down.
Why would anyone believe Alex Jones?

I predict there will be a time in the future you claim never to have heard of Alex Jones. It’s part of you repertoire.
 

Can’t find eggs? This could remain a problem throughout the year​

9) Eggs: They say “avian flu” is the cause, but the ongoing egg shortage is also a factor of feed unavailability, i.e., because of rail problems preventing feed from getting to hen farms.
10) Tomatoes: These are so easy to grow that everyone should be doing it in their yard or on their deck, but even so, the USDA is warning that tomatoes, which are mostly grown in California for the consumer market, will be in increasingly short supply due to drought – though heavy rains have been battering the Golden State in recent weeks, so that should help.
11) Bread: Ukraine is often called the world’s bread basket, and because it remains embattled with Russia bread and other products made from wheat will be in much shorter supply worldwide for the foreseeable future.
12) Olive oil A tree-blighting bacteria called Xylella fastidiosa made its way to Italy in 2021 where it eventually devastated at least one-third of the country’s 60 million olive trees. Worldwide, Xylella fastidiosa is being blamed for a 50-70 percent reduction in olive oil production since it first took hold – and it is expected to persist throughout 2023.
13) Infant formula: This one remains a problem due to a temporary production halt that took place at Abbott, the nation’s largest infant formula manufacturer. Similac, Alimentum, and Elecare all come from the Abbott line, and these remain in limited supply due to persistent factory closures.

The local stores where we shop have not had eggs, milk, limited amount of dairy
and the 2-3 days they did,
limited to 1 item per purchase, yesterday almost all the dairy coolers were empty
Olive Oil was limited 2 per shopper
no fresh bread, mostly day old
and the meat ilse was picked almost bare

and that is in Texas ?????????????????????????????????????
Don't worry Buzzards always survive!
 
Then, when I became a firefighter, one of our fundraisers was selling hoagies, Which we made there at the firehouse.

Now, I belong to the American Legion, and that's one of our fund raisers here.

Funny thing is, I've never been a big hoagie guy.
I was interested in organizations such as VFW, American Legion, etc so I researched their history. I found that the (American Legion) was formed and Chartered in Paris France 1919, and is an extension of the French Foreign Legion, what a surprise!
 
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