“Oh, he’s going to spin like a mofo.”
And spin it Casey Patten did.
Fellow Hoagie Lovers:
Recently, we changed our bread to support a local business as well as reduce our carbon footprint without jeopardizing the quality of our hoagies. Actually, we think our hoagies are better then ever! Sourcing locally helps ensure we have bread on-time and reduce the risk of running out of bread (which made our blood boil).
We are really pleased with the positive feedback, as Scott Rietz from The Washington City Paper points out:
“Among the people who never noticed: me. And I’m a food critic. I’ve eaten a boatload of Taylor’s subs over the last couple years. If I perceived a subtle difference in the crustiness of the rolls, it was only after I found out about the switch—hardly a double-blind taste test.”
Come try one for yourself ASAP!
Stay tuned for our Risotto Ball Challenge…and keep a look out for new menu items right around the corner!
Good night, and may God Bless America! (Applause)
So the bread is local. But from where? We’ll try to find that out. In the meantime, the Taylor Gourmet website has been updated, now describing the bread as an old world Italian loaf with sesame seeds. Old world/new world semantics aside, I think this one can be put to bed. With the air cleared, maybe we can get back to what’s important: Sandwiches that kick ass—wherever they can be found.