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why_itsme | Aug 18, 200812:24 PM    

I totally admit I'm not much of food "pro". I'm more of a meat and plain potatoes kind of gal. However, I just had the best steak & cheese sub in 16 years from Domino's!

Who would have thought?

I was browsing for pizza because it's just been too darn hot to cook or even think about cooking. (Pizza because there's NOBODY else that delivers in my city.) Noticed Domino's had 4 new subs listed.

I ordered the the Chicken Parmesan and the Steak and Cheese so my roommate and I could try both. Both were excellent.

Seems like everyplace I've tried in my area south of Seattle, the steak and cheese automatically comes pre-mixed with peppers and onions. Not from Domino's. I was able to get a "steak and cheese" only. Really terrific.

Anyone else tried them?

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