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From: "Lynn Vondran AT&T" <>
Subject: Re: [PD-LIFE] Sandwiches and Peanut Butter
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 22:18:18 -0500
Seems to me that everytime I saw a Grinder, whatever area I was in, it was a
heated up sandwich.
Hoagies are just another name for Italian Sandwiches, or Subs (short for
Submarine Sandwiches)...all these names are used for these sandwiches here
in PA and some other states...it just depends on which county you are in, or
which store you get your sandwiches from.
But, the Grinder is heated up...as I have seen them thus far.
> I agree. In PA where I came from it was called a Hoagy, and when I came
> down here (North Carolina) they never heard of that but called it a
> which I had never heard of. I guess everybody has heard of submarine
> because that is what the chains call them.
> At 07:41 AM 3/4/2004, wrote:
> > > While we are on the subject of sandwiches, what's the difference
> > > "submarine" sandwich and a "grinder"? Is it because the grinder is
> > heated?
> > > This may have been covered before but I don't recall
> >I think it all depends on the area where you live as to the name given to
> >that sandwich.