Posted: 11:56 pm Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

National Cold Cuts Day 

By rockywbab

Depending on where you are within the Untied States, ordering a sandwich at a deli could be hard. First of all find a real deli anywhere outside of the metro area, sure there are some, but not as many as we have.

The what do you call it?

“Hero/Sandwich

Where you’re from: Long Island/New York City

New York's Famed Carnegie Deli Set To Close At End Of The Year

NEW YORK, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 3: A pastrami on rye sandwich sits on the counter at Carnegie Deli, October 3, 2016 in New York City. Last week, the famed deli, known for its large pastrami and corned beef sandwiches, announced they will close at the end of the year. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

40 Eats - The Italian hoagie from Bub and Pops.

WASHINGTON, DC- FEBRUARY 25, 2015: 40 Eats – The Italian hoagie from Bub and Pops on M Street NW in downtown D.C. is a sandwich stacked with prosciutto, capicola ham, pepperoni, and salami, and provolone. And there are cheffy touches: house-made mayo, a relish made from with a mix of hot pepper, sweet pepper and onion, a top-secret vinaigrette, a hearty but non-traditional shaving of pecorino Romano. Its pictured with the house-made potato chips and caramelized-onion French onion dip. (Photo by Deb Lindsey for the Washington Post).

“Wedge”

Where you’re from: Westchester or Yonkers, NY

“Po’ boy”

Where you’re from: Louisiana or the Gulf Coast

“Spuckie”

Where you’re from: Boston. Just Boston.

USA - Food - Bakery - Sandwiches

Sandwiches are prepared at the Sullivan St. Bakery. (Bottom to Top): (mango, basil and pancetta,) (goat cheese, beat and arrugula,) (proscutto calto, cheese and artichoke confit,) (bresaola, parmesan and arugula) (Photo by James Leynse/Corbis via Getty Images)

“Blimpie”

Where you’re from: New Jersey

“Torpedo”

Where you’re from: Cleveland

“Spiedie”

Where you’re from: Binghamton, NY

“Gondola”

Where you’re from: Illinois 

“Poor boy”

Where you’re from: The Lower Midwest

“Zeppelin”

Where you’re from: Eastern Pennsylvania

“Sarnie”

Where you’re from: United Kingdom

“Bomber”

Where you’re from: Buffalo, Rochester, or Ithaca, NY

Carnegie Deli

A general view of the exterior of the now-closed Carnegie Deli and restaurant on 7th Avenue in midtown Manhattan, 21st January 2017. The deli was a New York city icon, opening in 1937, offering famously large sandwiches and traditional Jewish fare. (Photo by Epics Getty Images)

“Sub”

Where you’re from: Literally anywhere else.

 

Grinder

Where you’re from: New England

For those of you off Long Island or the tri state deli, feast your eyes!

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