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Old 08-16-2006, 06:20 PM   #11
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I've made Jeff Smith's Philly Cheesesteak recipe and it was really very good.

If anyone wants his recipe, I'll go find it.
I'd like to have it, if you have time. Pretty Please?
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Old 08-16-2006, 06:23 PM   #12
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Old 08-16-2006, 06:54 PM   #13
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I'm sorry, this is not what you are looking for but I remember it being a darned good sandwich.

PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY SANDWICH

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1 to 2 lb. sliced steak or beef

1 large round loaf Italian or French bread (I used rolls)

1/2 can pizza sauce

5 slices Provolone cheese

1 onion

jalapeno peppers to taste

Quickly brown sliced beef. Cut round bread in half
horizontally. Remove some of the soft bread to make room for
filling. Place beef on top of bottom half. Pour over pizza
sauce, layer on sliced cheese. Broil to melt cheese while you
saute onions. Top with jalapeno peppers and top crust. Slice
into 6 or 8 pieces.

Thanks to Jeff Smith the "Frugal Gourmet."
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Old 08-17-2006, 03:13 AM   #14
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Humm ... I'm going to have to go browsing on the shelves ... I've got all 10 of The Frug's cookbooks ... and he really screwed up on the Philly Cheese Steak in one ... unless you read what he said - the first recipe he published was just a steak sandwich he got somewhere in Philly (bears NO resemblance to a Philly Cheese Steak) ... and in a later book he got it right - although he did want to debate the choice of "cheese". I had forgotten about this!

It was one of Jeff's faux pas ... like his suggestion to round out a meal of black-eyed peas with smoked ham-hocks with a "dinner salad and some rolls"?
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Wink Yum !

Thanks to all for the cheese steak ideas, they all sound very good, appreciate it big time !!!
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Old 08-23-2006, 01:15 PM   #17
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you could use a product called "steak-ums". very thin frozen slices of fatty beef. but they're kinda nasty.
HEY!!! I LOVE "Steak-ums"! Kind of expensive, though.

Any shaved steak, usually frozen, is great for cheesesteak subs.

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It was one of Jeff's faux pas ... like his suggestion to round out a meal of black-eyed peas with smoked ham-hocks with a "dinner salad and some rolls"?
Sounds like some yankee thing that I'd do, too.

So, what, Michael? You'd have cornbread and a mess o'greens. Well, that would be okay, too.

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HEY!!! I LOVE "Steak-ums"! Kind of expensive, though.

Any shaved steak, usually frozen, is great for cheesesteak subs.

Lee
*shudder* I can't even stand the smell of steak-ums cooking. My boys used to love them also.
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