Ground Steak Sandwiches

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2004/08/24 09:49:57 (permalink)

Ground Steak Sandwiches

I never heard of them but I read that people in western nc love them...the recipes call for ground beef cooked with milk and flour..then served on slaw tomato...thoughts?
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    carlton pierre
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    RE: Ground Steak Sandwiches 2004/11/23 22:57:01 (permalink)
    I think your description is different from what I think of. When I think of steak sandwiches, what comes to mind is from my area of SW Ohio and MIami Univ as well where I went to college. A ground steak, or hamburger steak, elongated, placed on a sandwich roll but cut horizontally and the meat is covered with pizza sauce and cheese.
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Ground Steak Sandwiches 2004/11/24 00:03:23 (permalink)
    Might be thinking of a loose meat sandwich...
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    RE: Ground Steak Sandwiches 2004/11/24 00:42:42 (permalink)
    Or maybe one of them mystery-meat chicken-fried steak/salisbury steak/meatloaf parmesian/etc. kind of things. The slaw may be North Carolina, but disguising fried/baked/stewed, etc. ground-up meat with something is kinda generic? (Apologies for the / and etc.)
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    RE: Ground Steak Sandwiches 2004/11/24 00:57:29 (permalink)
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    Originally posted by GordonW

    Or maybe one of them mystery-meat chicken-fried steak/salisbury steak/meatloaf parmesian/etc. kind of things. The slaw may be North Carolina, but disguising fried/baked/stewed, etc. ground-up meat with something is kinda generic? (Apologies for the / and etc.)


    School Lunch? Think thats being covered in another thread right now..
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    RE: Ground Steak Sandwiches 2004/11/24 20:19:42 (permalink)
    This sounds revoltingly like what was often served to me in the Navy and called, even officially I think, "sh_t on a shingle". That was a variation on creamed chip beef but used ground beef rather than chipped beef. The real old salts just dumped a lot of Tabasco on it and downed it.

    Although I always assumed military cooks invented this, a lot of military food is based on Southern cooking since such a high proportion of the military is of Southern origin and so it could have come from NC (and if you're from NC, don't get mad at me for saying so--you live in one of my favorite states and one I called home for 4 years myself).
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