My Cheesesteak, pics

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2010/09/02 17:09:55 (permalink)

My Cheesesteak, pics


 
 
 

 

 

 

 
That's my 1/2 lb, Rib Eye Cheesesteak, on an Amoroso roll, ckili cheese fries. One would need 2 sodas for this bad boy, hence a real sugar Dr. Pepper and a Grape Nehi...What do you think, a winner?
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    wheregreggeats.com
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 17:25:31 (permalink)
    Looks good to me.  Do you chop the beef or keep it chunky like in the first picture?
     
    Fries are appealing ... Good use of the 'wiz.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 17:41:15 (permalink)
    Great looking cheesesteak...Philly would be jealous!!!!!
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 17:45:00 (permalink)
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    Looks good to me.  Do you chop the beef or keep it chunky like in the first picture?

    Fries are appealing ... Good use of the 'wiz.


    I do both depending on the demand, I like to also slice it when it's partially frozen.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 17:49:29 (permalink)
    That  looks  delicious........................but  don't chop it for me!  Now  I am having a  difficult time  trying to decide what to eat the  next time I  go there.   Do you have  sampler platters?
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 18:07:57 (permalink)
    Indeed, hope to see you soon...BTW, Mr. Hoffman says you got a fantastic recipe for kraut, I need it please!
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 18:08:42 (permalink)
    Man, that looks  good!
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/02 18:19:49 (permalink)
    Chewer, so what kinda cheese is that? It looks white but then yellow on my PC. Oh, sandwich looks great! And... love tha drink options. Shoot, I'm outa Nehi.
    Joe
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/03 13:52:16 (permalink)
    PapaJoe8

    Chewer, so what kinda cheese is that? It looks white but then yellow on my PC. Oh, sandwich looks great! And... love tha drink options. Shoot, I'm outa Nehi.
    Joe


    PapaJoe your looking at Provalone, don't scream and other folks who are Wiz believers, but there is Swiss under the Provalone. It's a fantastic combo.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/03 21:25:36 (permalink)

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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/03 21:32:24 (permalink)
    I'll take Stewart's root beer, please, with my cheesesteak.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/03 22:15:42 (permalink)
    Wow. That is an awesome looking platter.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/04 12:08:57 (permalink)
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    I've got Old Dominion Root Beer on tap, costs me $125.00 per keg, folks love it, however I also have Boylen's, Virgil's, and A & W,in bottles, alas no Stewart's.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/04 12:33:59 (permalink)
    >... no Stewart's. <
    In that case I'm not making the trip  Ohio for lunch tomorrow. 
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/04 16:05:52 (permalink)
    This is a picture of a Cuban sandwich, I didn't take the picture, its not my sandwich, dam it looks good. I have made these for a special in my Cafe. I thought your Smoked pork loin would work great.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/04 17:07:00 (permalink)
    Oh yeah, looking great, I'll bet I could eat 2...Billy, how big are they, tough to tell by the pic, which looks pro.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/04 17:36:01 (permalink)
    Hi CTF, I would just use a Amoroso Roll, for a weigh to press the sandwich use a brick inside a cast iron skillet on your flat grill, Presto, Panini grill...just your kind of equipment............look at their demo on the web site.........................Take care, hope your having a good weekend.....Bill
    post edited by BillyB - 2010/09/05 08:57:26
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/15 10:44:19 (permalink)
    I disapprove where is the ketchup and mayo on the philly. You sir have destroyed a masterpiece.
     
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/15 13:48:25 (permalink)
    TastyEats2010

    I disapprove where is the ketchup and mayo on the philly. You sir have destroyed a masterpiece.

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    What are you talking about?
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/15 14:35:28 (permalink)
    Ummm, did I read correctly? Swiss underneath the provolone? So would that be six slices of cheese on that bad boy? You, sir, have constructed a masterpiece. I am so sad your place is so far away from me.
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/09/15 16:54:57 (permalink)
    Wintem01

    Ummm, did I read correctly? Swiss underneath the provolone? So would that be six slices of cheese on that bad boy? You, sir, have constructed a masterpiece. I am so sad your place is so far away from me.


    Yep, Swiss underneath, same as my Steak and Cheese French Onion soup, pics to come!
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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/11/10 01:18:21 (permalink)
    A cheesesteak sandwich from the Parkside Philly Cheesesteak store on Belleville Ave. in Belleville NJ.  A chicken cheesesteak with fried peppers and onions with provolone cheese on a delicious soft Italian bread.  Simply irresistable.

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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/11/10 01:19:19 (permalink)
    A cheesesteak sandwich from the Parkside Philly Cheesesteak store on Belleville Ave. in Belleville NJ.  A chicken cheesesteak with fried peppers and onions with provolone cheese on a delicious soft Italian bread.  Simply irresistable.

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    Re:My Cheesesteak, pics 2010/11/11 18:23:22 (permalink)
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    Looks good to me.  Do you chop the beef or keep it chunky like in the first picture?

    Fries are appealing ... Good use of the 'wiz.

     
    OOOO....  Keep mine chunky and medium to medium rare.

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