I love to eat at Subway when I travel...

I love to eat at Subway when I travel, and here's why

There are 9 comments on the The Globe and Mail story from Sep 20, 2013, titled I love to eat at Subway when I travel, and here's why. In it, The Globe and Mail reports that:

I love to travel, but I have a problem. My gut is tender, the result of youthful years spent dining with abandon on the curried tripe, deep-fried pig trotters and other delicacies of East Asia.

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Since: Sep 13

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#1 Sep 20, 2013
Who cares?

Torrington, CT

#2 Sep 23, 2013
guess he won't be appearing bizarre foods episodes in the future with his dull, unadventurous pallet.
Linda Jones

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Dec 14, 2013
Well, if you are traveling. One of the best ways to enjoy it is to try to taste the nations delicacies. Try to read some travel ideas here: http://www.yourafricansafari.com
Nulli Secundus

Woodbury, CT

#4 Dec 15, 2013
#1 is still there: the northwest corner of East Main & US1 - a must-stop-in for all aficionados.

America Gentleman Samuel

Woodbury, CT

#5 Dec 15, 2013
The meatball parm gives me serious gas.


Since: Mar 11

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#6 Dec 16, 2013
America Gentleman Samuel wrote:
The meatball parm gives me serious gas.
Thats kinda special though, because that meatball parmesan does come from the very first subway in the world. I would just remind the wife of that.


Since: Mar 11

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#9 Dec 16, 2013
JAKE wrote:
What the hell is this stupid pop up add on the left of the screen? You can see who's making the comments.Assinine.
Some of the pop-up adds drive me right off the website- it is so annoying- and the advertisers lose, and the website loses. But 'dumb as possible' must be the mantra at every newspaper these days. I mean, there even are grammatical errors in the headlines.

Torrington, CT

#10 Dec 16, 2013
JAKE wrote:
The original Subway sandwich was the best. The bread had a hard crust with a soft middle. If my memory serves me correctly came from Madison Bakery.The bread today is doughy. They used to use the best ingrediants. Real olive oil (50/50 mix with veg. oil) Real Genoa salami real crab meat. Compared to the original Petes sub, todays sandwich is garbage.
do you remember where that first shop was located?

Torrington, CT

#13 Dec 16, 2013
it was upper main st near jewett ave.

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