Sub Sandwich

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The common and seemingly logical story is that the sub sandwich was named after the long, loaf-shaped ships of the silent service during World War II. But years ago, Tom LaRocca, longtime employee of the venerable White House Sub Shop in Atlantic City, offered us another perspective: “Atlantic City said ‘sub’ long before this place opened [in 1946],” he said, explaining that the length of bread used to make the sandwich was always known as a sub. “Because it is not a full-size loaf. It is subsized.” In any case, what makes New Jersey subs great is not only FRESH, high-quality bread but also the artistry with which multiple ingredients are folded and layered and dressed inside.

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