Submarine and Hoagie Sandwich E-Z Quizzes
What do you know about
the Submarine and Hoagie
Food & Drink FUN Trivia E-Z Quiz.
Answers" at the bottom of the page.
Take 2 points for each right
answer. Maximum this page: 20 points!
1) What is
NOT another name of the Submarine Sandwich?
2) The sandwich originated in several different
Italian American communities in the Northeastern United States from
the late 19th to mid 20th centuries.
claims to be the birthplace of the "Italian sandwich" and it is
considered the stateís signature sandwich.
Manchester, New Hampshire
New Haven, Connecticut
3) One theory is that it originated in a restaurant
in Boston, Massachusetts at the beginning of World War I. The
sandwich was created to entice the large numbers of navy servicemen
stationed at the Charlestown Navy Yard. The bread was a smaller,
specially baked baguette intended to resemble the hull of the
submarines it was named after.
What was the
4) Another theory suggests the submarine was
brought to the US by an Italian immigrant who came to New York in
the early 1900s. He is said to have named it after seeing the
recovered 1901 submarine called Fenian Ram in the Paterson Museum of
New Jersey in 1918.
Who was the Italian
Giada De Laurentiis
5) The term hoagie originated in the Philadelphia
6) "Hero" remains the prevailing term for most
sandwiches on an oblong roll with a generally Italian flavor.
New York City
7) What was the sandwich named as
Italian-American slang for a dock worker in New England?
8) What is the name of the
sandwich in New England, roll filled with fried steak, onion,
cheese, peppers, mushrooms, hot peppers?
9) What is the sandwich using ham
and provolone cheese, baked from North Central Pennsylvania, Jersey
Shore, Pennsylvania in the 50's and 60's
10) A standard Zep contains only cooked salami and
provolone as the meat and cheese, and includes no lettuce.