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Thread: Anyone familiar with Firehouse Subs? It maybe my birthday dinner.

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    Default Anyone familiar with Firehouse Subs? It maybe my birthday dinner.

    If I choose it, this'll be my first time having it. Will they let me have whatever I want, and just run it through the steamer? All I really want is a bomb-a** grilled cheese. I want hot and gooey cheddar, provolone, and Monterey Jack, although some mayo and deli mustard, roasted green bell peppers, and sautéed onions wouldn't be a bother either.

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    I love Firehouse. My wife isn't as keen on it. The portions are too big for her. Makes her feel wasteful. We don't have one in our town so we usually end up eating somewhere else when we are out of town even if they have one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AAO View Post
    I love Firehouse. My wife isn't as keen on it. The portions are too big for her. Makes her feel wasteful. We don't have one in our town so we usually end up eating somewhere else when we are out of town even if they have one.


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    I'd rather a portion be too big than too small... Leftovers can be taken home.

    (To answer the OP though, no, never been there.)

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    We are usually traveling which doesn't facilitate that as well, but I agree.


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    Cool Anything Firehouse can do, Mom can do better.

    She bought sharp cheddar, Colby Jack, some fancy, creamy cheese that starts with h. Havardi? And Swiss. I hope she remembered the dills. My birthday's today, but we're having grilled cheese, and ice cream cake tomorrow, and tomorrow's also coffee morning, and partly Shabbat, and I'm watching the Paralympics, which are seldom televised?! What?! Mind. . . Blown! What a great birthday!

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    I don't think we have Firehouse subs here but I've seen their commercials on the Roanoke TV stations. We do have Jersey Mike's and my wife and I had a Philly cheese steak sub for dinner tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpAzpieSweeTot View Post
    Anyone familiar with Firehouse Subs?
    Never heard of Firehouse Subs.

    But then you guys have a lot of strange stuff in Texas. I've been to Austin on business several times, and I've seen it with my own eyes!!!

    Anyway...

    Happy birthday, SpAzpie! I hope it is/was/will be a good one, with all the necessary starches, proteins, dairy products, veggies, and condiments.

    And cake.

    And ice cream.

    And those candles that come back to life after they're blown out, which virtually ensure that you'll be forced to spit all over the cake to get them to stay out. (Which is why I never eat another person's birthday cake if it's had those candles in it.)
    Last edited by Cottontail; 17-Sep-2016 at 03:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cottontail View Post
    Never heard of Firehouse Subs.

    But then you guys have a lot of strange stuff in Texas. I've been to Austin on business several times, and I've seen it with my own eyes!!!

    Anyway...

    Happy birthday, SpAzpie! I hope it is/was/will be a good one, with all the necessary starches, proteins, dairy products, veggies, and condiments.

    And cake.

    And ice cream.

    And those candles and come back to life after they're blown out, which virtually ensure that you'll be forced to spit all over the cake to get them to stay out. (Which is why I never eat another person's birthday cake if it's had those candles in it.)
    Awwww, thanks, Cottontail! Okay, slight revision. I'm watching the freakin' Paralympics, the Olympics of my people, my kind! Mine! On my birthday, coffee, which is a favorite of mine, the rest of Shabbat, Mom's bomb-a** grilled cheese, and a Chocolate Extreme Dairy Queen ice cream cake without candles still to come. Why have ice cream and cake? Combine the 2. and Fearless Leader wished me happy birthday?! This is awesome!
    Last edited by SpAzpieSweeTot; 18-Sep-2016 at 03:04.

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    Default So far, so cool

    Coffee down, grilled cheese, hopefully with the obligatory dill pickle spear, and ice cream cake to go. I even got a breakfast bowl I really like this morning, which was nice, and my footed PJs are on, forgot to tell y'all that. Mom has her own pair, so nothing to worry about. I also have my Kermit shirt on so I can wear them like pants, without my top half being uncovered.

    I'm also watching Bama football! Could it get any better?! We're down by a few, but we're a second half team.

    Last edited by SpAzpieSweeTot; 18-Sep-2016 at 03:06.

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