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    Default What should I get for lunch?

    I'm thinking Primo's just so I have an excuse to take a long walk.
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    I don't know. I'm craving a REALLY good Gyro sammich.
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    Funny, I just asked my co-worker the same thing. I'm just not craving anything right now.
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    I really love a good hot pastrami sandwich piled high with meat and slathered with the works of spicy mustard, lettuce, onion, tomato, melted swiss or provolone, on rye....yes...you should get that...:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by RuSsMaN View Post
    I don't know. I'm craving a REALLY good Gyro sammich.
    Plus 1 on this... maybe one of Keiko's slices of pie can deliver it for you.:D;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Tracy View Post
    I really love a good hot pastrami sandwich piled high with meat and slathered with the works of spicy mustard, lettuce, onion, tomato, melted swiss or provolone, on rye....yes...you should get that...:D
    I was thinkin' "Pastrami and Things" in the SEPTA building on the other side of City Hall. Haven't been there in a while and they'll do it up any way you want it. But, it's a short walk and most of it I can do underground to avoid getting run over on the City Hall circle and Broad Street.
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    I was thinking of a Tikka sandwich from an Indian place.
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    Get a Sicilian with extra onions and long hots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Get a Sicilian with extra onions and long hots!
    Oh, no, after yesterday's gymnastics my stomach was doing for reasons I have yet to determine, spicy is off the menu for a few days!

    I was thinking a Chicken Suprimo. Chicken Cutlet, Fresh Mozzarella and Roasted Red Peppers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow View Post
    I was thinking of a Tikka sandwich from an Indian place.
    What the hell is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    Oh, no, after yesterday's gymnastics my stomach was doing for reasons I have yet to determine, spicy is off the menu for a few days!

    I was thinking a Chicken Suprimo. Chicken Cutlet, Fresh Mozzarella and Roasted Red Peppers.
    Yum, but that's not going to help your stomach either! Maybe you should go for something a little less acidy like turkey and provolone or something of that nature on their menu. BTW What a menu they have!

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    Jeez you guys are making me hungry and I don't get lunch for 3 more hours.... thinking a nice chicken pesto sandwhich from a local place called Whichwich
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    I'm getting ready to eat a deer meatloaf sammich with wasabe sauce and cheese on whole wheat. Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    I'm thinking Primo's just so I have an excuse to take a long walk.
    I was thinking Primos too today. Which one do you go to? We are near the one on 11th st.

    Possibly a Turkey Diablo here...mmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeros View Post
    I was thinking Primos too today. Which one do you go to? We are near the one on 11th st.

    Possibly a Turkey Diablo here...mmmm.
    The best one is the original on Ritner & Colorado sts. It's between 15th & 16th sts.

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    What should I get for lunch?
    Ramen noodles and saltines.

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    Erberts-n-Gerberts sammich sounds awesome, maybe a Boney Billy or a Girf with sprouts and lots of meat! Just in time before the Players Championship starts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    The best one is the original on Ritner & Colorado sts. It's between 15th & 16th sts.
    Yeah, the one on 11th is lacking honestly. The one in Clayomnt, DE is pretty good too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demiurge View Post
    Ramen noodles and saltines.
    C'mon its your B-day have something a little better than this! Although my kid loves that Ramen crap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jstas View Post
    What the hell is that?
    Picture tandoori chicken chunks with fresh lettuce and tikka masala sauce wrapped in a fresh hot piece of Naan bread!

    eating it as I type this
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    A Nehi grape soda and a pack of Nabs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demiurge View Post
    Ramen noodles and saltines.
    Would you like some lunch with your salt? ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Willow View Post
    Would you like some lunch with your salt? ;)
    Oh, I won't be eating that. It's my super awesome suggestion to the undecided. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearingimpared View Post
    Yum, but that's not going to help your stomach either! Maybe you should go for something a little less acidy like turkey and provolone or something of that nature on their menu. BTW What a menu they have!
    Nah, it'll be fine. The mozzarella is loaded with calcium. It's the same as cramming a handful of TUMS down your gullet.



    Quote Originally Posted by Zeros View Post
    I was thinking Primos too today. Which one do you go to? We are near the one on 11th st.

    Possibly a Turkey Diablo here...mmmm.
    I go to the Rittenhouse Square one. I work at 15th and market so the 11th street one might be closer but the R.S. one has a couple of really cute girls behind the counter! If I crack a joke and get them to smile, it'll brighten the whole week!


    Quote Originally Posted by Willow View Post
    Picture tandoori chicken chunks with fresh lettuce and tikka masala sauce wrapped in a fresh hot piece of Naan bread!

    eating it as I type this
    That actually sounds pretty good!
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    I was going to mention Thai, but Willow's suggestion seems to be the best so far. I eat Naan bread on a regular basis, usually for home made pizza or sometimes toasted with a little butter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Face View Post
    I was going to mention Thai, but Willow's suggestion seems to be the best so far. I eat Naan bread on a regular basis, usually for home made pizza or sometimes toasted with a little butter.
    It is good, if you can find a place that makes it, buy one enjoy...thank me later! BTW it's not spicy for those who can't do spices
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    I like Indian food, but those damn seeds they put in just about everything make me steer clear. :(

    Thai food is where it's at. Bangkok Hot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demiurge View Post
    I like Indian food, but those damn seeds they put in just about everything make me steer clear. :(

    Thai food is where it's at. Bangkok Hot!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueMDPicker View Post
    A Nehi grape soda and a pack of Nabs.

    Make it a sixer! Now I'm thirsty as all get out. I was thinking rootbeer when I opened this thread again, but man, grape would hit the spot.
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    Nehi Grape is good, and I already hit the Primo's on Rte.38 for a Primo size ham & cheese. It's almost naptime.

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