What do you call a sandwich made on a long roll? Hoagie? Grinder? Sub? Hero? Maybe a combination thereof, like groagie? I grew up saying sub.
It all depends in what region of the US (or world!) you were raised. Sub is a pretty widespread term, but I think it's the word I use because Subway was only the second chain restaurant to come to the small town where I grew up. (Hardee's was first.)(In hindsight, boy, we were so spoiled.) There's been copious research done about dialect, and I find it all very interesting.
Regardless of what you call such a sandwich, the possibility of fillings is endless and exciting. You can't really go wrong, unless you pile on so much stuff that the bread collapses in on itself (and even then, heck, just grab a fork!). This sandwich is adorned with juicy, beefy meatballs, left over from my spaghetti and meatballs experiment. All it needs is a little cheese and perhaps some extra marinara, and boom--that's a
What's your word for such a sandwich? What do you love to stuff inside?