This Teriyaki Chicken Submarine was the first real piece of food I had in Boston, other than the conventional college snacks you find in a dorm: Pop-Tarts, cookies, chips, etc. This east coast submarine was stuffed to the brim with Teriyaki flavored chicken, lettuce, tomato and onions. The submarine bread was delicious! It was toasty, yet somewhat greasy, as you can tell by the photo above! Check out more after the jump:
If you guys have ever taken a look at our features page, you might have read our Korean BBQ: For Non-Koreans article, and know how good Korean BBQ truly is. If not, brush up on some history and check out this new spin on an American dish with a little Korean flair! This is Korean take on the classic chili-cheese fries! Crispy hand-cut potatoes topped with tasty bits of short ribs, mounds of kimchee relish, green onions, and a not so secret sauce of kewpie mayo, teriyaki, and gochujang (a spicy-sweet paste of red chili peppers and fermented soy bean)! If your as down as I am to try this intense mash up of west and east coast flavors, let us road trip up to Namu’s restaurant in San Fran! Real talk, hit me up at firstname.lastname@example.org! (Thx LMS)
If you missed the release of the Teriyaki Chicken Sandwich from Carl’s Jr, well here is a coupon for a dollar off a small combo with that sandwich. The Teriyaki Pineapple Burger is my favorite burger from Carl’s Jr. and the Chicken Sandwich is a healthy substitute that I should definitely start eating more of!
I don’t know what day of Lent it is…but it’s not going by very fast, that’s for sure. I’m probably on repeat, but I’ve given up meat for 40 days…and now, instead of fish, veggie and non-meat related pictures, I’ve witnessed an influx of pictures containing juicy hamburgers, mouth watering steaks and dancing chickens. All I can think about is meat lately, and then this picture did not make my day go by any quicker when it appeared in my e-mail inbox. Anyways, Allen, if you’re reading, maybe try some meat, Swiss cheese, bacon, grilled pineapple slices and drizzle some sweet teriyaki sauce on that baby, and squeeze it together (no homo) with two pieces of wheat bread…I digress.