questionswhat's your favorite sub?

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Italian with everything. I hate ordering at subway or d'angelos because they make me work to decide what goes on my sub. When I say everything, it means I don't care what you put on there just load it up and don't make me talk anymore. I really don't like this shift in having to custom order my toppings. There has been times where they try to wrap up a sub with just meat after i ordered "with everything" and after asked what "everything" is, I say, "everything that goes on an Italian sub". When asked now I just point at the vegetable section and say everything.

I usually pass by the subway and go to a real sub shop where i can get something oily and overflowing. Nevertheless, it's ok in a pinch.

If I make a sub myself, onions, green peppers, whatever spicy pepper is available, oil.

FYI, if you are ever ordering a roast beef, throw some cream cheese and horseradish mustard on there. A spicy pepper as well.

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Favorite ... it's all a matter of mood-of-the-day. Sometimes chicken, sometimes turkey, sometimes cold cut combo.

I did have one employee greet me once with "Hi, welcome to Subway, where I'm sorry sir, but we don't serve brains here." I was wearing 'Acquired Taste' that day ...
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@gregorylikescheapstu: Yikes! Where's my free sample of Zantac?

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@gregorylikescheapstu: There was a great little sub shop near my old office that had the "leave it to us" sub...basically chefs choice and was always great.

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Meatball sub on Italian-herb-&-chesse bread, pepperjack cheese, as many olives as I can get those stingy bastards to use, parmesan and oregano.
Simple and delicious.

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Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki with onions and peppers and lettuce slathered in sweet onion sauce!!!

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Spicy Italian on the Italian herb and cheese.

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Nothing from Subway. Very skimpy on the meat and cheese and the meat used is not 'high grade'....Most of their meats look 'processed' compared to the real thing and again, they put very little on it. I like my subs with very light toppings....So, any subway sub I get is not only awful as far as quality goes but its mostly bread anyway. The best subs are made at home by you the eater of said sub. Equal to that but more costly (not much more and likely worth the extra .50-$1.00 if even that much) are subs from local non-chains. They have great quality, rely on repeat customers and word of mouth so they ensure you get an awesome sub. #3 on the list & dont know if all cities have this but the HT supermarkets in my area make AWESOME subs using Boars Head Meat and cheese for a very low price and they pile on the meat cheese toppings and etc...AWESOME subs....1 full sub can feed 2 people easily.