So….you didn’t like history as a history teacher….so how did your students fare?
Back on topic. Central CT. Grinders or subs. Rarely hoagies.
On a personal note, those pictures show a stacked amount of meat. Looks very efficient. I actually prefer my grinder, sub or hoagie to have the meat loosely placed so there are pockets of air. The flavors come out more and it doesn’t taste like meat cardboard. I would not like a sub like the ones pictured. Stack it loosely, the flavors do not meld together into something that tastes like a deli meat roll wrapped in lettuce.
Again, a personal pet peeve. I do enjoy reading Mr Hoffman’s posts so that was just a joke and I meant no disrespect. He is certainly a very entertaining and valued poster. No offense meant Michael.
Again, loosely place meat. I need therapy for that…sigh….
My students did quite well. I kept a Louisville Slugger at my desk at the suggestion of the Brothers. As all of my students were football players, and I was a football coach at the high school, they managed to pick up a few things during the course of the year.