What did you have for lunch today?


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Roast beef and ham, provolone

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Firehouse Subs. Second time in a month or so. I remember these to be much, much better. Like twice the meat and half the bread of what they’re serving up now.

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I had a sub from Firehouse in the Orlando area about 4yrs ago and thought it was fantastic. Had one here last year and was disappointed lol
 

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There's good sub shops where we are if you go to the mom and pop shops. Avanti in Mount Prospect or Chicago, Mario's in Addison, Franco's Cucina in Streamwood, Fontano's in Chicago, etc.

It would be hard to top the subs at these places.

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This place is legit the sons took over for the father who passed and never missed a beat.
 

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There's good sub shops where we are if you go to the mom and pop shops. Avanti in Mount Prospect or Chicago, Mario's in Addison, Franco's Cucina in Streamwood, Fontano's in Chicago, etc.

It would be hard to top the subs at these places.
Been to Mario’s and Franco’s. Also been to Frankie’s in Oakbrook and Asti in Wooddale. Publix is right up there but I was more comparing it to chains like Jersey Mike’s or Jimmy John’s.
 

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I'm visiting a friend in Indianapolis so tried a local pizza place here. New York style. Not the best, pretty disappointed. They do pizza by the slice for lunch time, so I got two slices. I don't think they reheat them when they serve them so they weren't very hot and kinda mushy.

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Ground beef was on sale this week so I made a Prison meat loaf. Chef John says it's a prison loaf because of double bread crumbs soaked in milk which adds a lot of filler. Very tasty with gravy made from the meat juices and the roasted tomatoes and tomato sauce glaze combo. We had it with mashed potatoes and a salad. The tomatoes are from my garden.

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