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Thursday, February 21, 2002

Good stuff, Philly style

Posted on Thu, Feb 21, 2002 at 4:00 AM

Ah, the joys of the sandwich. There's nothing quite like bread with stuff inside it. Adding to the variety of stuff inside bread is Primo Hoagies. Known in song and story in Philadelphia and South Jersey, Primo brings Philly-style fresh-baked bread and tasty Thumann's deli meats to the downtown lunch crowd, along with some unusual alternatives.

How about the unfortunately named (but delicious) "Femmina," with eggplant, roast peppers and broccoli rabe? Or the "Cheese Deluxe" of Finlandia Swiss, sharp American and provolone? And where else can you get a "Knuckle Sandwich" (imported provolone and peppers) and brag about it? Sandwiches come in three sizes, including a monster two-footer. Especially fine is the "Suprimo," with fresh mozzarella and prosciutto ham sliced so thin you can read through it.

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