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2012/04/12 09:47:41 (permalink)

Cheese Steak

The is a cheese steak sub with fried onions, from Sack O' Subs in Ocean City.  Juicy, tender and delicious!
 

 

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    fattybomatty
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 09:54:35 (permalink)
    That looks good. Now I want one :-(
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 13:35:41 (permalink)
    Excellent excellent!

    Sack o' what?

    Sack o' Subs!! Subs subs subs!

    Not a hero or a hoagie to be found!
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 16:18:53 (permalink)
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 16:52:05 (permalink)
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    Sacajawea


    Good one!
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 17:24:25 (permalink)
    Thank you Ma'am.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 17:26:26 (permalink)
    Chris OC is that white American cheese on that?
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 20:06:36 (permalink)
    Good one Michael, but I'm beginning to see that you can't swing a dead cat (sorry PETA) that everybody doesn't have a cheese steak. Here I am in beautiful Port Hueneme (pronounced Hey you enema) and I walk into the Steak and Hoagie (don't get me started) joint at Pleasant Valley and Ventura and hey....They got a cheese steak. I'm an adventourous sort so I order it. You folks back east got nothing to worry about. Couldn't suck enough and they wanted to put tomato sauce on it.
     
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 20:51:29 (permalink)
    Our best "Cheesesteak" is from a nice Roadfood place in <<<Hoboken>>> called Piccolo's Clam Bar (no longer a Clam Bar) and it's not a Philly Cheesesteak. It's a "Jersey Steak"...with cheese.

    http://hoboken411.com/archives/317
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 20:58:32 (permalink)
    CCinNJ
    Our best "Cheesesteak" is from a nice Roadfood place in <<<Hoboken>>> called Piccolo's Clam Bar (no longer a Clam Bar) and it's not a Philly Cheesesteak. It's a "Jersey Steak"...with cheese.
    http://hoboken411.com/archives/317

    An obvious misnomer!!!
    A "Jersey Steak" is a Hot Dog!!!
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/12 21:05:19 (permalink)
    <<<Hoboken>>> steak sub ( sub sub sub ) sandwich ...with cheese.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/13 11:19:54 (permalink)
    fattybomatty

    Chris OC is that white American cheese on that?

    Yes, it is.  " />
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/13 11:23:14 (permalink)
    The name comes from the family name Sacco......
     
    http://www.sackosubs.com/images/Sack-O%20Menu%20Ventnor.pdf
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/13 11:59:10 (permalink)
    Crusty roll, thin sliced Rib eye, Cheese, and sauteed onions and in most places peppers. Easy sandwich to make, most places screw it up. If you have ever lived in the East coast you would know it's all about the bread....pnwc
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/13 12:55:45 (permalink)
    brisketboy

    Good one Michael, but I'm beginning to see that you can't swing a dead cat (sorry PETA) that everybody doesn't have a cheese steak. Here I am in beautiful Port Hueneme (pronounced Hey you enema) and I walk into the Steak and Hoagie (don't get me started) joint at Pleasant Valley and Ventura and hey....They got a cheese steak. I'm an adventourous sort so I order it. You folks back east got nothing to worry about. Couldn't suck enough and they wanted to put tomato sauce on it.


    Port Hueneme? Did you join the SeaBees? I used to live not far from there -- Santa Paula, then the home of Margie's, a fine Mexican restaurant where every night was fight night.

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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/13 15:00:54 (permalink)
    The same family that owns White House Subs..

    Sack o' subs recently opened in Bally's AC!!

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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/13 21:31:15 (permalink)
    WOW !! thats a great lookin cheesesteak sub.
    can't help but think of Sack O Suds from the movie My Cousin Vinny
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 09:34:50 (permalink)
    If it's a sub, it should have lettuce and tomato (and maybe hot peppers).  This is not Philly.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 12:43:04 (permalink)
    Call it a Cheese Steak, in Ct you can call it a Hot Roast beef Grinder....who cares as long as you get what you want. When I go to different parts of the country, I ask questions so there is no question as to what I'm going to get. I don't like suprises..................
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 13:20:09 (permalink)
    The Big "Gabbagools" are gonna be maaaad.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 13:34:07 (permalink)
    No, Michael just out on business. Used to be a place like that across town in Oxnard called Yolanda's. They've cleaned it up some. But Oxnard is still Oxnard but now with the Dallas Cowboys training camp. Oh boy.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 13:34:49 (permalink)
    pnwchef

    Call it a Cheese Steak, in Ct you can call it a Hot Roast beef Grinder....who cares as long as you get what you want. When I go to different parts of the country, I ask questions so there is no question as to what I'm going to get. I don't like suprises..................


    In my part of Connecticut you put it between slices of toast and it's a steak sandwich.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 13:43:23 (permalink)
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    pnwchef

    Call it a Cheese Steak, in Ct you can call it a Hot Roast beef Grinder....who cares as long as you get what you want. When I go to different parts of the country, I ask questions so there is no question as to what I'm going to get. I don't like suprises..................


    In my part of Connecticut you put it between slices of toast and it's a steak sandwich.

    I remember that also, they were good sandwiches.......................
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 13:59:08 (permalink)
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    Call it a Cheese Steak, in Ct you can call it a Hot Roast beef Grinder....who cares as long as you get what you want. When I go to different parts of the country, I ask questions so there is no question as to what I'm going to get. I don't like suprises..................


    In my part of Connecticut you put it between slices of toast and it's a steak sandwich.

    I remember that also, they were good sandwiches.......................

    I make them often, using thin slices of eye of the round. I'll usually add some grilled onions, maybe a slice of tomato, and a slice of cheese.

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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 14:20:26 (permalink)
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    pnwchef

    Call it a Cheese Steak, in Ct you can call it a Hot Roast beef Grinder....who cares as long as you get what you want. When I go to different parts of the country, I ask questions so there is no question as to what I'm going to get. I don't like suprises..................


    In my part of Connecticut you put it between slices of toast and it's a steak sandwich.

    I remember that also, they were good sandwiches.......................

    I make them often, using thin slices of eye of the round. I'll usually add some grilled onions, maybe a slice of tomato, and a slice of cheese.

    Michael, I remember the Steak sandwich being a thin sliced steak, but not as thin as the Philly Rib eye meat that is used in a Cheesesteak. It was more of a real steak sandwich and not grilled to Hell like they do in the Cheesestaek....................
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/04/16 14:59:11 (permalink)
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    Michael Hoffman

    pnwchef

    Call it a Cheese Steak, in Ct you can call it a Hot Roast beef Grinder....who cares as long as you get what you want. When I go to different parts of the country, I ask questions so there is no question as to what I'm going to get. I don't like suprises..................


    In my part of Connecticut you put it between slices of toast and it's a steak sandwich.

    I remember that also, they were good sandwiches.......................

    I make them often, using thin slices of eye of the round. I'll usually add some grilled onions, maybe a slice of tomato, and a slice of cheese.

    Michael, I remember the Steak sandwich being a thin sliced steak, but not as thin as the Philly Rib eye meat that is used in a Cheesesteak. It was more of a real steak sandwich and not grilled to Hell like they do in the Cheesestaek....................

    The ones I grew up eating were sliced pretty thinly. SOP was to partially freeze the eye of the round and then put it on a slicer. The slices were never chopped up the way some of those Philly cheesesteaks are, and they'd just cook on a flattop long enouogh to get them done.
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/05/05 10:52:18 (permalink)
    I readily admit that I do not consider myself an expert on cheesesteaks. That being said, I inhaled a cheesesteak from Tonys of Scanton Pa. last week and if there is a better cheesesteak than Tonys, well, that would seem to be impossible. I told the owner I would be moving to Scanton just so I could eat there every day.
     
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/05/09 23:18:34 (permalink)
    Newbie here, but that looks like a good sandwich!  However, I like the welfare "Cheese Wiz" on my steaks!
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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/05/16 11:35:05 (permalink)
    clark7781

    Newbie here, but that looks like a good sandwich!  However, I like the welfare "Cheese Wiz" on my steaks!
    Welcome aboard clark7781.  Nothing wrong with 'wiz'.  I love Steve's Prince of Steaks off Bustleton in N.E. Philly and always get 'wiz, with'. 

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    Re:Cheese Steak 2012/05/20 15:14:52 (permalink)
    When I get to Philly and go to Steve's, Geno's or Pat's I always order a wiz wit.  Here in Ocean City the choices are Provolone or American
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