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Oct.

30

Elisha Cuthbert, What’s your favorite sandwich?

Freshly Made by Biggie on October 30, 2013

@UCFBiggie smoke meat on rye with mustard. — Elisha Cuthbert (@HappyElishas) May 2, 2013 Fall TV is in full swing and there is one show I am missing very much in the ABC Fall lineup.  I’m talking about Happy Endings.  My wife and I always enjoyed watching that show.  The cast was great and it…

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Oct.

28

#SandwichEatUp #1 – DUOW USA

Freshly Made by Biggie on October 28, 2013

I am excited and hungry for the first #SandwichEatUp this Tuesday, October 29th at DUOW USA.  DUOW is located in East Orlando near Firkin and Kegler/Waterford Lakes Shopping plaza. They have been open for about 10 months and they serve some really good fresh food and sandwiches. They offer a variety of sandwiches and options for you…

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Oct.

22

#SandwichEatUp

Freshly Made by Biggie on October 22, 2013

The #SandwichEatUp: A Meetup for Orlando Sandwich Lovers In September 2013, I attended the Florida Bloggers Conference at Full Sail University, and I attended a presentation about building online relationships offline that Lou Mongello did. He discussed how its great to meet people online but you can connect with them so much more offline.  So I did…

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Sep.

13

Sneak Peek….

Freshly Made by Biggie on September 13, 2013

Want a hint on what sandwiches my next 3 shirts will be inspired by? Hope to be serving them up in November in the virtual Deli Shop!  


Sep.

12

Make Me a Sandwich! Why it tastes better when they do.

Freshly Made by Biggie on September 12, 2013

I’ve heard the phrase “Make me a sandwich” and I’ve always thought the saying was sexist. However upon further review, asking someone to make you a sandwich is actually right. Do you ever notice that when someone makes you a sandwich it tastes better? Or when you take your time to make something and by…

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Aug.

27

A scientific look to Structural Integrity

Freshly Made by Biggie on August 27, 2013

I have written about Structural Integrity before (click here to read it) but looks like Nick Evershed from TheGuardian.com took it a step further and actually correlated between the number of sandwich ingredients and the structural integrity of the sandwich.  He did a survey on the site: TheGuardian.com and asked people “Do more ingredients make a…

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Aug.

10

Dust Bunny Mafia Comics

Freshly Made by Biggie on August 10, 2013

Bret Juliano is the mastermind behind the Dust Bunny Mafia. He’s a fan of the Deli Fresh Threads brand so I was very excited when Bret told me he wanted to feature Biggie Bread in one of his future comic strips.   He made it a two comic strip feature this week on DustBunnyMafia.com   I know…

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Aug.

9

A Mediocre Time with Tom and Dan

Freshly Made by Biggie on August 9, 2013

I’ve written before that I like listening to talk radio and one of my favorite people to listen to is Daniel Dennis.  I’ve featured Dan on my weekly What’s your favorite sandwich?  He and his wife, Andrea, recently were my models for my newest shirt: Hoagie.  Dan has a very successful podcast that he does…

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Aug.

6

#SandwichTour of Chicago

Freshly Made by Biggie on August 6, 2013

What an amazing trip to Chicago! As some of you may have read last week (Chicago: Sandwich Tour), I went on a one day trip to Chicago. I can’t think of a better city to do a SandwichTour. My friend Adam lived in Chicago, and was the perfect person to do a guy’s trip to…

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Aug.

2

Hoagie

Freshly Made by Biggie on August 2, 2013
GI Joe Hoagie shirt worn by Daniel Dennis

As a kid growing up in the 80’s I got to experience some really great cartoons.  Some of my favorites that I loved to watch were: GI Joe, Transformers, Mask, Spiderman and his Amazing Friends, COPS, Duck Tales, Inspector Gadget, Thunder Cats, Voltron, He-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and so many more. I watched them on TV and had played with their action figures.  It…

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