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I just had to jump in on this one, I think it’s safe🤔😂My wife is from Millville NJ (southern jersey) as she calls it, I’m sure Kev M knows where it is😉She always says Jerseys had the best subs snd pizza on the planet because of a special blend of flour imported from Italy. Her parents use to go to a little sub shop called TERRIGO’s and that the short round Italian owner “dude” wore about 30 pounds of gold chains. Does this sound familiar to any of youze Jersey guys?
My laws, posted on the wall in my last kitchen, happy to answer any questions
I spent the first 25 years of my life in NJ close to NYC... Yes the best subs and pizza... If you include NYC, the best food in general in the USA with San Francisco a close second.
Look I'm a proud NYer, born in Manhattan and raised between the boroughs and LI.But "The best"?Nah. I mean there's great, there's awesome.But there's awesome all over the world too.If I had to pick one culinary city in the world I'd probably go for New Orleans. You've got French and Creole influences with southern home cooking. So much goodness.Asia is full of unbelievable cuisine too, but Cajun holds a place in my heart.Italian is fine, but there's a lot more out there ...a LOT more.
This may sound odd coming from a Jersey guy,I don't care that much for Italian food outside of subs ,pizza or a Ting a Ling, that don't really represent Italian food. My comment was meant that in NYC or SF you can get all the great foods the world prepared in the best way...I would like to try New Orleans...but my diet is limited now so I can just imagine...
Good information. However, although I've never had a made to order Harris Teeter sub I can't imagine them topping Publix. Hands down the best grocery store sub ever...IMHO. I never miss the opportunity when in the South to hit a Publix for lunch or dinner. Yum!
If I had to pick one culinary city in the world I'd probably go for New Orleans. You've got French and Creole influences with southern home cooking. So much goodness.Asia is full of unbelievable cuisine too, but Cajun holds a place in my heart.Italian is fine, but there's a lot more out there ...a LOT more.
With a season cooking at Commanders Palace- arguably the most significant influence of my culinary path- on my resume, New Orleans is certainly my favorite. The city simply IS food and music. Other cities may have great food in general and a specific dish or specialty, but it's not the same instantaneous concept of the whole thing like NOLA. It's hard to describe or comprehend until you live there.The first time I had a "muffa-what?!?" after I got to town, it set a new benchmark for me. A fried oyster po boy or a regular muffellata (ham and such, NOT turkey) are my favorites. If you're out in the rest of the world and need a convenient muffellata, the Jason's Deli chain has a pretty good one.But life is too short to be a food or beer or wine or etc snob. We are incredibly lucky to have easy access to good food and drink at our discretion when so many around the world don't. Eat what you like and be happy.
Best/most nostalgic sandwiches I can think of in my life:Pork roll/taylor ham on hard roll (jersey shore trips to see grandma as a kid)fried flounder on hard roll (jersey shore again)chicken finger subs (buffalo, NY staple)croque madame from any good French kitchenroast beef po boy from Guy's in New Orleans
Since there's been a drift from subs to sandwiches in general, let me sing the praises of the green chili cheeseburger and the bahn mi.Rich A
The Spicy Italian from SUBWAY...with everything on it!!
i've got very few working tastebuds but I like to daydream about food, so okay, would somebody tell this European what's in an American Italian sub.
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