Cheeseburger Sub

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2012/02/10 13:20:14 (permalink)

Cheeseburger Sub



post edited by chewingthefat - 2012/02/10 17:39:51
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    pnwchef
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 14:38:56 (permalink)
    Don't we have a Roadfood training area for some of our slower learning members......................
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    ScreamingChicken
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 14:51:02 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    [IMG]http://i857.photobucket
    I screwed this up, hope to fix!

    The photo or the sandwich itself?
     
    I've never been able to get on board with the idea of burgers and burger meat being used for subs.  To me it's strictly a sausage/cold cuts operation; I know it seems a little silly but that's just how it's stuck in my brain.
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    tcrouzer
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 15:23:48 (permalink)
    Not silly at all! When I read the title of the post, "Cheeseburger Sub" my first reaction was "whhhhaaaat????"
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    fishtaco
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 16:19:06 (permalink)
    Just saw somewherewhere they call that "The Long Burger".
    post edited by fishtaco - 2012/02/11 10:05:05
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 17:18:22 (permalink)
    pnwchef

    Don't we have a Roadfood training area for some of our slower learning members......................

    Don't know, but I could use a pinch more, maybe even a Tablespoon more of Computer savy...Ya think???

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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 17:20:50 (permalink)
    ScreamingChicken

    chewingthefat

    [IMG]http://i857.photobucket
    I screwed this up, hope to fix!

    The photo or the sandwich itself?

    I've never been able to get on board with the idea of burgers and burger meat being used for subs.  To me it's strictly a sausage/cold cuts operation; I know it seems a little silly but that's just how it's stuck in my brain.

    Around here they are very popular.
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 17:48:13 (permalink)
    AH, got it, so ScreamingChicken, and tcrouzer, this is a no go for you???
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 18:40:03 (permalink)
    Chewy, looks great to me, melted cheese running down the meat, good quality meat knowing you, crusty bread, the sandwich is heavy so it will hold the layers well, onions on top lettuce and tomato. How the heck can this be bad, I would eat one in a heartbeat............Nice job buddy......pnwc
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 19:00:25 (permalink)
    Very nice looking.
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/10 19:58:48 (permalink)
    Skip the lettuce and tomato, add shredded cabbage, mayo, mustard, and sweet pickles and you have the quintessentiaL (SP) NOVA (Northern Va)....Cheeseburger Sub.
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    KurtSara
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 00:22:30 (permalink)
    fishtaco

    Just saw somewherewhere they call that "The Long Buger".

    I hope you mean burger
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 09:09:38 (permalink)
    Most non-chain sub shops around here offer burger subs.
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    sk bob
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 15:49:34 (permalink)
    looks great Chewy.
    it just reminded me thst I haven't made one in a long time.
    being from Connecticut I call mine a cheeseburger GRINDER.
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 17:18:19 (permalink)
    Computer Savvy?  Heck, I want to know who operated the camera.
     
    Looks good Chewy.  Hope to be down your way next month, but I'll stick with the Q
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 17:19:41 (permalink)
    that looks great! reminds me of a heel , a sandwich popular in the ohio valley where the cheeseburger (or meatballs or whatever) is stuffed into fresh bread that has been cut off at the end  -yum!
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 21:36:24 (permalink)
    joerogo

    Computer Savvy?  Heck, I want to know who operated the camera.

    Looks good Chewy.  Hope to be down your way next month, but I'll stick with the Q

    Joe, call me before you are coming, I don't want to miss you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/11 21:59:10 (permalink)
    They are available here too at pizzarias. While tasting good they remind me of an upgrade of the Big Mac.
     
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/12 11:43:37 (permalink)
    chewingthefat

    AH, got it, so ScreamingChicken, and tcrouzer, this is a no go for you???

    Correct, but because of the lettuce and tomato more than anything else because I don't like them on regular burgers, either.  Otherwise the idea of a cheeseburger on a sub roll with the toppings I usually like (It. dressing/O&V, mustard, black olives, oregano, S&P, grated parmesan or romano) sounds kind of interesting and I'd certainly give it a try.
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/12 12:32:44 (permalink)
    Looks great (and I don't even eat beef)  - Cheeseburger Subs are a staple of mid-atlantic sub shops, surprised to see the negative attitude from other places.   I always look forward to your pictures chewingthefat - hope to get out the way one year and give your place a try!
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/12 17:15:43 (permalink)
    bwave

    Looks great (and I don't even eat beef)  - Cheeseburger Subs are a staple of mid-atlantic sub shops, surprised to see the negative attitude from other places.   I always look forward to your pictures chewingthefat - hope to get out the way one year and give your place a try!

    I hope you do...yeah, I found that kinda strange too!
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    chewingthefat
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/12 17:18:58 (permalink)
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    chewingthefat

    AH, got it, so ScreamingChicken, and tcrouzer, this is a no go for you???

    Correct, but because of the lettuce and tomato more than anything else because I don't like them on regular burgers, either.  Otherwise the idea of a cheeseburger on a sub roll with the toppings I usually like (It. dressing/O&V, mustard, black olives, oregano, S&P, grated parmesan or romano) sounds kind of interesting and I'd certainly give it a try.

    The sub comes any way you want it, LT not necessary but most people order LTM many add onions some raw some cooked, and some hot pepper relish.
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    Tony Bad
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/12 17:43:11 (permalink)
    Only one place around here I know of that sells cheeseburger subs...I love the idea and love the subs. Yours looks quite good!
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/12 18:36:10 (permalink)
    Looks great, but where is the bacon?
     
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/13 13:40:01 (permalink)
    rebeltruce

    Skip the lettuce and tomato, add shredded cabbage, mayo, mustard, and sweet pickles and you have the quintessentiaL (SP) NOVA (Northern Va)....Cheeseburger Sub.


    Sounds like the way Lefty has served them up for over 50 years at Mario's in Arlington. I've never had a cheeseburger sub there, but that's the standard way for the steak and cheese (which doesn't try to be a philly cheesesteak).
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    Re:Cheeseburger Sub 2012/02/14 05:36:15 (permalink)
    Doug....Lefty is still serving them up that way!!!! Was up that way for some training and stop by for lunch....didn't see Joe, but Lefty was manning the grill just like always.....it had been two maybe three years since I'd been by and he stilll had my Ham, Steak and Cheese on the flat top before I could open my mouth.
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