The BMT or Italian BMT at Subway is named for the Brooklyn-Manhattan Transit.
In case you wondered.
What’s your favorite Subway Sub?
mine is the melt if I am being bad and the ham and turkey if good.
Good: 6″ Sweet Onion Chicken
Bad: 12″ Steak & Cheese
Bad- Anything with lots of cheese and stuff…..melted is good…
The Spicy Italian — Genoa Salami & Pepperoni, with cheese and veggies.
That’s good eatin’!
chicken and bacon ranch
The only one I get is…
6″ turkey on wheat, no cheese, honey mustard only, lettuce, tomato, and cucumbers.
Whatever the special of the day is!
Tom likes Subway, but I’ve never cared for it. For one thing, I’m not a big sandwich eater at all.
Now, if they had salads . . . that’s another story.
Chicken bacon ranch with lettuce, tomato, pickles and olives. YUM.
And Dee, they do have salads. Any sandwich can be made into a salad. Or a wrap.
Turkey on wheat. No cheese, lettuce, tomato, olives, green peppers, mayo and mustard. Okay, now I’m hungry. Thanks.
6″ Sub Club on that cheese & spices bread. Lettuce, B;ack Olives, Salt & Pepper, Oil & Vinegar, Mustard & Mayo.
Yes……I know I eat more condiments than veggies!!!
the other day i was craving one of their seafood and crab sandwiches (yes, i know it is/was artificial!) and came to realize they don’t make it anymore (in my area, anyway). i was so sad. but, i like the 6″ sweet onion teriyaki with everything including jalapenos, spinach instead of lettuce, on honey oat bread.
I really did wonder what BMT stood for … thanks! JR got one of those the other day and said it was good. We eat at Subway every Wednesday night after church. I usually get ham or turkey … occasionally roast beef … wheat…no cheese…lettuce, tomato, a little little bit of onion, lite mayo, salt and pepper.
I like the Italian meatball sub on Italian herbs & cheese toasted and with extra cheese. I like lettuce, tomato, onion, olives with sweet onion and honey mustard sauce with a bit of salt and pepper to top it off.
im from germany….mir schmeckt am besten tuna
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