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(Foodbeast)   Damn Subway, this sandwich is spicy...kinda like you put some sort of creamy Sriracha on it--oh, you did?   (foodbeast.com ) divider line
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2013-01-03 11:13:26 AM  
6 votes:
Truly, one of the greatest mysteries of our time... What causes that yeasty smell at a sandwich shop that bakes its own bread... I have noticed a similar smell at breweries, as well... I guess some questions just can't be answered...
2013-01-03 09:51:20 AM  
5 votes:
Sriracha? Confusingly random.
I really don't get all the fandom.
Why all this fiasco?
It's only Tabasco!
Did I miss some weird memorandum?
2013-01-03 11:27:41 AM  
3 votes:

SlothB77: Must be from them baking their own bread.  The bread is one thing they do that the other chains don't.


And they farking suck at it.
2013-01-03 11:08:07 AM  
3 votes:

DeathCipris: sigdiamond2000: Subway restaurants smell like a yeasty wank sock at the bottom of Richard Simmons' hamper. Until they fix that, I'm never setting foot in one again.

What IS that f*cking smell that comes from that place?

THIS.
Seriously...WTF is that smell?


Dough proofing? Only thing I can think of?
2013-01-03 11:06:24 AM  
3 votes:

MaxxLarge: It's only Tabasco!


Sriracha (and others like it, such as Frank's Red Hot or Cholula) are less vinegary and more saucy than Tabasco. There's a little more heft to the mouthfeel. Tabasco is a fine sauce, but I prefer it as an additive to recipes than an actual condiment.
2013-01-03 08:58:30 AM  
3 votes:
Subway restaurants smell like a yeasty wank sock at the bottom of Richard Simmons' hamper. Until they fix that, I'm never setting foot in one again.

What IS that f*cking smell that comes from that place?
2013-01-03 11:03:07 AM  
2 votes:

sigdiamond2000: Subway restaurants smell like a yeasty wank sock at the bottom of Richard Simmons' hamper. Until they fix that, I'm never setting foot in one again.

What IS that f*cking smell that comes from that place?


THIS.
Seriously...WTF is that smell?
2013-01-03 03:07:01 PM  
1 vote:
Unless I missed the it, why are farkers suggesting alternate sandwich shops when they all pale in comparison to an average Vietnamese sub. Be it from a market or restaurant, the bread is awesome and fresh and the fillings good and spicy. I hope it is not just a Houston thing.
2013-01-03 02:35:06 PM  
1 vote:

theorellior: LOL at ketchup haters.

Ketchup is loved by children but it has its uses into adulthood. For example, French fries are incomplete without ketchup. Mmmm, ketchup.


Yes! Ketchup is nice with fries, something else I have only occasionally.

The company that makes my chili garlic sauce is also the one that makes the sriracha you see everywhere. Imagine the complex individual who can enjoy both that and ketchup. It's almost a profound thought.
2013-01-03 02:30:53 PM  
1 vote:

shortymac: DerAppie: The All-Powerful Atheismo: CruJones: Always a good time when someone mistook it for ketchup and ate way too much before realizing.

I do not understand this sentence.

Considering that the person was putting ketchup on food it seems obvious that they don't care about taste. The person would probably try to bypass the tongue entirely which means that whatever foodstuff te sauce was on would be well within the mouth when accidental contact with a tastebud would cause a spasm which would cause more of the hit sauce to come into contact with the mouth. The continuing shock and the attemptto negate the experience of taste would presumably be comedy gold.

/Ketchup is vile crap
//Once cooked for someone who put it on fish without even tasting
///No more food for him

Ketchup is a child's condiment, sickly sweet to adults but kids love it.

People who still put Ketchup on everything are the ones that never grew up and are stuck in perpetual adolescence.



I enjoy ketchup on a hamburger, with pickles, onions, and tomatoes, a few times a year. I enjoy both ketchup and mustard on a hot dog, also a few times a year.

That doesn't make me a child. I enjoy a variety of condiments on a variety of foods. Have you ever made your own ketchup? It's fun and delicious. Also, different brands of ketchup taste differently from each other.

Further, one can enjoy a condiment on one or two foods without having the need to put that condiment on every food. Variety is the spice of life for many people.

My sons are way into trying many chili sauces and hot sauces, and we live near a great store for them, called Jungle Jim's. But my long-standing favorite is Vietnamese chili garlic sauce. I hope it never becomes as popular as sriracha because I'm tired of people groaning in sexual pleasure over that.
2013-01-03 12:17:08 PM  
1 vote:
Do you like stuff? Do you do things?

GODDAMNED HIPSTER!!!

Now if you'll excuse me I have to go back to sitting in a dark room stewing in my own hatred of life and everything in it.
2013-01-03 11:43:23 AM  
1 vote:

BrianGriffin: [i94.photobucket.com image 320x170]

That is all (and if you haven't tried one of their subs, you have my condolences).


Dude. I live in North Jersey. I'm sure Cousins makes a delicious sandwich, but you don't need to feel sorry for my lack of tasty sub availability.

If you are ever in Hoboken on Saturday, go to Fiories in the back of town. Pick your bread from the basket at the door (soft or hard Italian). Hand it to the guy at the counter, and say:

"Roast beef and fresh mozz with onions and peppers. Dipped...no, SOAKED."

Enjoy.
2013-01-03 11:35:25 AM  
1 vote:

DanZero: /firehouse subs ftw


Overpriced and their nutrition facts read like a horror novel, much like Quiznos.
2013-01-03 11:31:49 AM  
1 vote:

Farkn Yaj Yenrac: Truly, one of the greatest mysteries of our time... What causes that yeasty smell at a sandwich shop that bakes its own bread... I have noticed a similar smell at breweries, as well... I guess some questions just can't be answered...


Look, I love the smell of bread cooking. That odor is NOT bread baking in Subway. It smells like old vegetables with a splash of hobo sweat and moldy, 2 week old bread.
2013-01-03 11:28:30 AM  
1 vote:
hipster or not, sriracha is great - near time to refill the bottle at my desk. seems like i can't put enough on my eggs n bacon in the morning

but for true heat & with flavor:
img.21food.com

/want to hate on something truly hipster? hate on pbr - it's piss in a can and you can't convince me that you actually like it - & in this town (portland) there are sooooooooooo many good beers that you are obviously & painstakingly going out of your way to drink that urine so that your beer can matches that patch on your messenger bag
//my poor town
//did you notice yourself on my lawn? please excuse yourself from it
2013-01-03 11:20:14 AM  
1 vote:

brimed03: Oh and this line from TFA: "Darling, don't front, you know you'd try it." She needs to be shot for that. F**king idiot.


foodbeast.comCharisma has an undying love for gritty literature and drinks coffee like water. She also hails from Toronto, Canada.

I'm sure that when she was younger, she dreamed of going to university and taking the world by storm with her intellect and innovative ideas. Nobody would stand in the way of her dreams! And now... she's writing menial tripe for a glorified blog, which apparently includes ringing endorsements of whatever corporate garbage ideas Subway is pumping out. But hey she's cute, so cut her some slack -- I'm sure everyone else in her life has.
2013-01-03 11:15:36 AM  
1 vote:

theorellior: Sriracha (and others like it, such as Frank's Red Hot or Cholula) are less vinegary and more saucy than Tabasco.


Um...since when is Frank's not vinegary?
2013-01-03 11:11:19 AM  
1 vote:
I wonder if they are trying to replicate Bánh mì sauce.
2013-01-03 11:09:36 AM  
1 vote:
I worked in a restaurant in college (97-2000) and we had Sriracha on all the tables. Always a good time when someone mistook it for ketchup and ate way too much before realizing.

And yes, it is awesome. However, so is Frank's, Cholula, Tabasco, Louisiana Hot Sauce, and about fifty others. It's like beer or wine. Different hot sauces pair with different foods.
2013-01-03 11:09:22 AM  
1 vote:
Nope, this is spicy.

www.dearingfilm.com
2013-01-03 11:08:34 AM  
1 vote:
My girlfriend made something similar last night with a greek yogurt and Sriracha sauce - she baked some shimp in that blend. It turned out really good with the sweetness of the Sriracha coming out with some sautéed Garlic Teriyaki Asparagus.

www.ming.com

/Her dad is a caterer
//Subway is terribad
///Publix Subs FTW
2013-01-03 11:07:49 AM  
1 vote:
Sriracha is so 2012.

F**king hipsters.

Oh and this line from TFA: "Darling, don't front, you know you'd try it." She needs to be shot for that. F**king idiot.

/why yes, I am a little grumpy today.
//doesn't make me wrong.
2013-01-03 11:03:20 AM  
1 vote:
Subway has shiatty bread.
 
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