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(Slate)   Subway's executive chef explains why the meats are round but the cheeses are triangular. In other news, Subway has an executive chef   ( slate.com) divider line
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2013-07-06 06:55:08 PM  
3 votes:
What was the purpose of this? So people would forget that Subway's footlong sandwiches are not 12"?
2013-07-07 09:28:53 AM  
1 vote:
My God, some of you people are pussies.
2013-07-07 12:41:35 AM  
1 vote:
Because Kirk Cameron demands it.
2013-07-06 06:47:07 PM  
1 vote:
Does he explain why the meat is thinner than origami paper and why they barely use any of it on their lettuce, tomato, and onion subs?
2013-07-06 03:21:07 PM  
1 vote:

thamike: Why wouldn't Subway have an executive chef?

People often ask the same question with regard to McDonald's. Creating a cheap, tasty food that will sell to billions of people, tailored to each country, and able to be assembled by unskilled workers? Takes some skill.
2013-07-06 11:51:53 AM  
1 vote:
Rule #1 "If, after cutting the sandwich you see anything resembling meat in the cross-section view, you put too much meat on."
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