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a large sandwich made of a long crusty roll split lengthwise and filled with meats and cheese (and tomato and onion and lettuce and condiments)

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Primo Hoagies: All day on National Hoagie Day, this mid-Atlantic coast based chain with locations in Delaware, Florida, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Virginia will be (https://www.primohoagies.com/) offering Primo (medium) sized hoagies (normally between $7.99-$9.99) for $5.99.
Wawa: Sign up for (https://www.wawarewards.com/) Wawa Rewards to earn offers for free and discounted items (including hoagies), drinks, and potentially discounted gas for the car.
Taking place on Friday, May 5, National Hoagie Day will celebrate all kinds of delicious sandwiches, no matter what it's called in each individual city.
"We're very excited about those hoagies," Kim said.
The hoagie is a mix of chips, cheese and doner kebab meat and packs 136 grammes of fat and 1224 calories - around half the adult daily recommended intake.
Al De Palma, the self-proclaimed "King of the Hoagies," claims to have coined hoggie.
But various other accounts of the tale do and from these one can determine who the "King of the Hoagies" was.
The New Fully Cooked Beef Hoagie Kits are now beginning to be placed in retail locations.
* Four preportioned and fully cooked beef hoagie patties.
Since Atlantic City is filled with people who talk Phillies and Eagles rather than Yankees and Knicks, I wondered if patrons would understand that heroes and grinders are New York names for sandwiches that Philly-folk call hoagies and subs.
The Music Ministry and Chancel Choir, adult vocal choir, of First Congregational Church of Dundee are offering Super Bowl Sunday hoagie sandwiches for sale as a fundraiser.