Thursday, September 3, 2009

Lunch

A few . . oh, that's a lie . . . it was more like 15 years ago, I had my first tuna melt sandwich. I liked it but I don't think I'd ever had another one. Until today. I stopped at a Subway sandwich shop with tuna melt on my mind. They don't have one on the menu but I asked if they could make one and the guy said "sure!"

So I ordered tuna salad on Italian bread topped with pepper cheese. That went into a toaster oven for a minute or so. I had them top it with some chopped black olives, chopped green bell peppers, and chopped red onion. Topped it off with a splash of vinegar and oil dressing. And it was pretty darned good. SWMBO was amazed.

8 comments:

  1. I love me some tuna melts! Never thought of asking for one at Subway though. :) Nicely done!

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  2. Had a much better lunch today . . at the Asylum in Jerome!

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  3. I didn't know Subway, "Did it your way"! Sounds yummy.

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  4. The only thing they did not on their menu was toast the sandwich but it turned out well.

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  5. Living in the Philadelphia area, there is a love hate relationship with Subway here. We do not consider Subway sandwiches to be subs. They are just a sandwich shop. Want a real sub, gotta go to a sub shop.

    Funny how folks down south think that Subway makes subs.

    Now Capriotti's, them there are some SUBS! http://www.capriottis.com/Locations.html

    Use to be just in this area, but they have branched out west to show you folks how to make a sub. lol. My aunt use to have them prep the subs so she could fly them home to Atlanta and assemble at home. lol.

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  6. I quite agree. Subway ain't my "hero"!

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  7. I rather like the Subways we have over here. I suppose they are based on yours.

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  8. Looks like it's the same company, with over 1,100 in Australia!

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