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Post Sat Feb 10, 2007 7:41 pm
snyd2001 Member

Posts: 46
Location: New Cumberland, Pa.
maybe you can put the onions in a seperate baggie so the rest of the hoagie doesn't get soggy?

Post Sat Feb 10, 2007 11:07 pm
banksy User avatar
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Posts: 1036
Location: North Ridgeville, OH (TAHS 85)
Is driving 4 hour one way for lunch and coming home after a bit ridiculous?

Post Sun Feb 11, 2007 5:10 am
RedhairNFreckles User avatar
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Posts: 140
Location: Western NC
banksy wrote:
Is driving 4 hour one way for lunch and coming home after a bit ridiculous?


It is if you find out they "ran out of hoagie rolls" just before you got there...... :banghead:

Post Sun Feb 11, 2007 12:08 pm
banksy User avatar
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Location: North Ridgeville, OH (TAHS 85)
No kidding! Then I would have to go to OIP, a very nice alternative, but certainly not worth the 4 hour drive.

Post Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:21 pm
jilt64

Okay! Well I finally had a famous East End hoagie tonight, and it was DELICIOUS!!! I got it hot, and I love the hot pepper rings!

Yes, I agree this would be worth shipping, but maybe you should just eat them when you're here...or maybe both.

Although I can see why they wouldn't last on a road trip!!! :D :lol:

P.S.

When I mentioned I'd never had an East End Hoagie, they forgave me after they heard I was from Altoona. But just curious, why is it East End, if it's on the West side of town?

Post Fri Feb 16, 2007 9:47 am
Robbuck User avatar
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Posts: 262
Location: Tyrone, Pa. (TAHS '74)
Actually it is on the east side of Tyrone..Back in the day... When the Dollar General was a bowling alley, it was aptly named West End Lanes.. And if I recall we always called the east end of Tyrone" LIttle Italy".. Just a little trivia.. BTW welcome to the fold of East End Hoagie Devotees.. Been eating them myself for about 35 years.. Got a late start cuz I was from the west end ( Washington Ave.) Too bad you'll NEVER get to taste the Hub Pizza.. mmmmmmmmm

Post Fri Feb 16, 2007 3:51 pm
jilt64

Okay, thanks! I was confused when I saw the signs for West 16th, and West 15th, etc...I still don't exactly understand, but I'm pretty bad on directions too. Thanks again, and I look forward to eating many more East End hoagies!!! :thumb:

Post Mon Mar 12, 2007 11:13 pm
Leep Senior Member

Posts: 155
Location: Butte, Mt.
Okay... I do like the East End Hoagies, but did you have to remind me of the Hub Pizza too... :(

Heartless, man, just heartless... :P

Leep Out:
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Post Tue Mar 13, 2007 11:30 am
Butterball User avatar
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Posts: 76
I have family that lives in Delaware and every time we travel the 4.5 hours we are demanded to take 6-8 east end hogies just for them and if get there in time for dinner we will take about 15 and have some of there friends over. The bad thing is they never get them very fresh because when they do come up East End Pizza is never opened.
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