They say you know you're from South Jersey if you've ever slept behind a Wawa. The convenience store staple, beloved by many a New Jersey or Pennsylvania native, gets into the season with Thanksgiving-themed sandwiches.
The greatest thing about the Wawa is its computer ordering system—there's something very satisfying about the droplet sound as you punch in your sandwich an condiments. (I think it's the same sound as the old Macintosh LC II computers.) Punch in a "Gobbler," and you get a turkey sandwich with gravy, stuffing, and cranberry juice, on their squishy hoagie loaf. Thanksgiving on a roll.
Overall, the sandwich is a good total package. It's a bit light on meat; the one I had could have used a lot more turkey to balance out the hefty dollop of stuffing. Other than that, though, it's a reasonably tasty holiday classic. Like most of the sandwiches at Wawa, it's nothing you'd go out of your way for, but it's totally satisfying and just a little better than it has to be.
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