the ultimate cheesesteak recipe

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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 19:24:54 (permalink)
bill voss

Jeez, it seems like the waste of a perfectly good kc strip or ribeye steak to slice it up into paper thin slivers. What are the other 9 cuts I could use?

Don't know about a KC Strip but a good cheesesteak does deserve Ribeye meat. I've heard of some people using an Eye of Round but I don't think it would have much flavor unless marinated. 

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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 19:31:36 (permalink)
Chicken is #9
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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 19:50:39 (permalink)
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bill voss

Jeez, it seems like the waste of a perfectly good kc strip or ribeye steak to slice it up into paper thin slivers. What are the other 9 cuts I could use?

Don't know about a KC Strip but a good cheesesteak does deserve Ribeye meat. I've heard of some people using an Eye of Round but I don't think it would have much flavor unless marinated. 

Actually, eye of the round offers great flavor when thinly sliced and grilled on a flattop or in a skillet. Marination unneeded.
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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 20:02:51 (permalink)
Even I'd taste good with the right marinade.
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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 20:26:10 (permalink)
Not gonna comment!
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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 20:28:40 (permalink)
I have had many cuts of meat that cut tender on my plate but are hard to use for a sandwich. IMHO you have to be able to bite into the crusty roll and not play a tug of war with the meat...........At home I may use Top sirloin, Rib Eye, New York, and even Beef Tenderloin, I want to taste meat, not marinade....................PNWC
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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/25 20:29:51 (permalink)
Hear! Hear!
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Re:the ultimate cheesesteak recipe 2011/03/27 18:25:24 (permalink)
Chef Buba "one picture says a thousand words". Wow! That sandwich makes my mouth water. Thanks!                      Buddy
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