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Old 10-03-2006, 07:35 PM   #1
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the REAL best sandwich around - the fat sandwiches

enough with the silly frescata sandwichs. get over your In & Out burgers. The best sandwichs around are from the Rutgers grease trucks. For a "man's" sandwich, try eating a "fat b1tch". It's chicken fingers, mozz sticks, cheesesteak, french fries, lettuce, and ketchup in a warm italian roll of goodness. It will kill you, but damn it tastes great.



It's actually one of the popular sandwich combinations found at the grease trucks on Rutgers Campus, and they're extremely popular.




and before you laugh it off, and say it's a silly NJ thing. consider this, the August 2004 issue of MAXIM magazine, ran an article of the top ten sandwiches in the United States. Number one on the list was the "Fat Darrel", a similar sandwich combination from the same grease trucks in new brunswick. They've also appeared in numerous specials on the food network. So yeah, they really are that good.

if you're ever in the New Brunswick, NJ area I definitely suggest you take a bite. :o)
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Old 10-03-2006, 07:36 PM   #2
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i had something from there, i forget what it was called, it had honey mustard on it and chicken
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Old 10-03-2006, 07:49 PM   #3
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What I've been sayin forever!!!! Nothing better than a Fat ***** after a heavy night of drinkin....I miss RU!
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Old 10-03-2006, 09:59 PM   #4
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Hell yeah i always get the "FAT B1tch", **** is the best!

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Old 10-03-2006, 10:08 PM   #5
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Damn, that sounds good!
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:13 PM   #6
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^^^^Werd, taht does sound good. A 40 min drive to clog my arteries, is it worth it?
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:20 PM   #7
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^^^^Werd, taht does sound good. A 40 min drive to clog my arteries, is it worth it?
DO it! If I could, I would.

BTW, You guys have Pot Belly's in NJ?
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:25 PM   #8
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ahhh...grease trucks....nothing like grabbing a sandwich from the grease trucks, going back to the dorms, eating it....then going back to get another.....
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Old 10-03-2006, 10:30 PM   #9
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Cherry Valley in NY (whitestone and hempstead)

The Corona - chicken cutlet, melted cheddar, bacon and bbq sauce on a roll or hero



or the "lite and easy"

grilled turkey, bacon, french fries, and gravy
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fat elvis is my choice!!! sooo yummy
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Old 10-04-2006, 01:16 AM   #11
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werd to that, i get a fat ***** everytime i go to RU.
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werd to that, i get a fat ***** everytime i go to RU.
lol you know there are 2 R U hungries in SC right?


i had a fat doboy not 20 min ago
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Old 10-04-2006, 12:17 PM   #13
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lol you know there are 2 R U hungries in SC right?


i had a fat doboy not 20 min ago
Is this the restaurant that has this sandwich...please elaborate! NOW!
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Old 10-04-2006, 02:11 AM   #14
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enough with the silly frescata sandwichs. get over your In & Out burgers. The best sandwichs around are from the Rutgers grease trucks. For a "man's" sandwich, try eating a "fat b1tch". It's chicken fingers, mozz sticks, cheesesteak, french fries, lettuce, and ketchup in a warm italian roll of goodness. It will kill you, but damn it tastes great.



It's actually one of the popular sandwich combinations found at the grease trucks on Rutgers Campus, and they're extremely popular.




and before you laugh it off, and say it's a silly NJ thing. consider this, the August 2004 issue of MAXIM magazine, ran an article of the top ten sandwiches in the United States. Number one on the list was the "Fat Darrel", a similar sandwich combination from the same grease trucks in new brunswick. They've also appeared in numerous specials on the food network. So yeah, they really are that good.

if you're ever in the New Brunswick, NJ area I definitely suggest you take a bite. :o)
Sorry, looks like one mess of a sandwich with just random items just stuffed into a roll... In'N'Out > fat biatch sandwich
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Sorry, looks like one mess of a sandwich with just random items just stuffed into a roll... In'N'Out > fat biatch sandwich
how many people in this thread have had both?

fat b1tches are better
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i've had both, i lived in edison NJ and would go to the bars in Brunswick every weekend and would get a Fat B1tch from the trucks, they are awsome. I moved to cali and in and out is awsome too. It just depends what your in the mood for. the Fat sandwiches are great cause your drunk and your eating this big a$$ sub with everything you like all mixed up it's great
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enough with the silly frescata sandwichs. get over your In & Out burgers. The best sandwichs around are from the Rutgers grease trucks. For a "man's" sandwich, try eating a "fat b1tch". It's chicken fingers, mozz sticks, cheesesteak, french fries, lettuce, and ketchup in a warm italian roll of goodness. It will kill you, but damn it tastes great.



It's actually one of the popular sandwich combinations found at the grease trucks on Rutgers Campus, and they're extremely popular.




and before you laugh it off, and say it's a silly NJ thing. consider this, the August 2004 issue of MAXIM magazine, ran an article of the top ten sandwiches in the United States. Number one on the list was the "Fat Darrel", a similar sandwich combination from the same grease trucks in new brunswick. They've also appeared in numerous specials on the food network. So yeah, they really are that good.

if you're ever in the New Brunswick, NJ area I definitely suggest you take a bite. :o)
Dude can you overnight one of those to me??????
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Dude can you overnight one of those to me??????
That's gotta be more unhealthy than eating a 3x3 animal style with animal fries at In'n'Out...
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That's gotta be more unhealthy than eating a 3x3 animal style with animal fries at In'n'Out...
i agree....2 different types of meals......in and out you can eat as a meal when you're sober....grease trucks much much better used as a drunk food
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Fat Koko - cheesesteak, french fries, mozzeralla sticks and marinara....yum!
I love these sandwiches....sounds like a good idea for lunch today!


bmwti - I'm in hillsborough too. Where you at? I live in the Meadows Townhouses.
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