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Old 06-04-2007, 06:39 PM   #11
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I've had Jim's but I think my favorite is Overbrook Pizza's cheesesteaks. They are located out by St. Joe's.

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Old 06-11-2007, 04:51 PM   #12
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A nice recipe, Yuri.
One thing I like to do, if I don't use the almost-frozen steak method, is this:
Buy a nice looking London Broil. Heat your grill to as hot as it will get (yes, your propane barbecue grill) with cover on. WHen it is super pre-heated, throw the London Broil onto it quickly (I usually brush mine lightly with some olive oil and sprinkle salt and pepper) and close lid quickly. After one minute, open grill, turn london broil 90 degrees and lay it onto a new hot-spot on the grill, and close cover quickly. After one more minute, open grill and flip steak over. After a minute or two on this side, turn off the propane and don't peek. Now, while london broil is resting you can slice up and start to pre-cook your peppers, onions, mushrooms. While those are on, get the london broil off the grill, and put it onto a cutting board, Slice thinly across the grain. Then make multiple cuts with the grain to get the pieces to be smaller. They will be medium-rare, and edible at this point. Now I make the steak subs on a per-order basis - so everyone gets a hot sandwich with hot melted cheese. I make my own one last - so it's either the biggest one or the smallest one. Yummy, and the chargrill taste is subtle but really adds another dimension to the flavor of the end product! Jeez, I might need to make these tonight, got my mouth watering just thinking about it~!!

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Old 06-11-2007, 05:07 PM   #13
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Tony Lukes gets my vote also...but in Browns Mills, NJ there's a place called Broadway Takout that serves a mighty tasty Cheese Steak Deluxe...mayo on roll, cheese steak, lettuce, tomato, a little bit of onion...mmmmm!!

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Old 06-11-2007, 05:57 PM   #14
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Old 06-11-2007, 06:00 PM   #15
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STRING EM UP>...

Hangin's too good for em!
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Old 06-11-2007, 06:32 PM   #16
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Put the pitchforks away ya angry mob.....that's called a "cheese steak hoagie" or a "weber"

Subs? *spits on ground* Hoagie spoken around here!

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Hey, I'm from across the river in Camden, watcha'spect?

Of course, both my folks were born in Philly.

Submarines, hoagies, zepoli, zeps all equal good eating sandwich....

Uh, is that a "new" rope?

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Hey, I'm from across the river in Camden, watcha'spect?

Of course, both my folks were born in Philly.

Submarines, hoagies, zepoli, zeps all equal good eating sandwich....

Uh, is that a "new" rope?

I'm still trying to place that quote...
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Please accept my condolences
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Ahh, yeah I remember...

Hanover Fist or whatever that guy's name was.

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