What Is A Hoagie?

Ralph Overstreet

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September 27th, 2012 - 08:21 PM

What Is A Hoagie?

Could 5th is Countrywide Hoagie Day.

If you lookup to uncover the origin of the "hoagie" you find quite a few various explanations on how the name was derived. Just one prevalent element is that all the tales originate in Philadelphia. So what accurately is a hoagie? A hoagie is an assortment of lunch meats and cheeses that are served in a 6-12 inch soft roll or bun. Occasionally it is served with Italian meats, cheeses and dressings, better recognized as the "Italian Hoagie". In some areas of the United States it is referred to as a Sub or Hero sandwich. No make a difference in which it originated or what it is stuffed with, it is a terrific sandwich. A easy notion that has hardly ever went out of design.

The hoagie can be observed with diverse variations all throughout The us. My treasured hoagie sandwich is with Italian meats, Italian cheese, fresh basil, leaf lettuce, sliced tomatoes, salt, and pepper and topped with a sweet oil and vinegar dressing. Listed here is an strategy for the next get together. Go to your community bakery and request the baker to make a 2 foot lengthy hoagie bun. Upcoming stuff it with your favourite lunch meats, cheese, best with lettuce, tomato, hot peppers and never neglect to drizzle on some oil and vinegar dressing on leading. Next time you want to have a terrific sandwich make a Hoagie or Italian Hoagie. May possibly fifth is correct about the corner so rejoice National Hoagie day by generating a hoagie for lunch or dinner.


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