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What is Your Recipe for Philly Cheese Steak — I Assume that is THE Obvious Game Meal


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Got the last two sandwiches set up.


I keep the sliced buns separate but put the pork covered with garlic rabe and then covered with one of the two types of Italian Provolone ready to pop in the microwave for 55 seconds and then gently placed on the two different buns at the two kick offs with love.

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Just now, NoName said:

Cooking it on a cast iron surface is a must.

Never saw a single cheesesteak shop in Philly use cast iron.  Everyone uses steel flat tops. 

19 minutes ago, TheFunPolice said:

Oh wow, I get it now. 


So we just made ribeye cheeseteaks at halftime...




I was walking around thinking I was making good cheese steaks, having no idea what I was missing!

do no deli meat?

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On 11/19/2023 at 9:23 PM, Tenhigh said:

How about some mushrooms in there for good measure? I think the roll you want is ciabatta.


Mine is very similar:

Ribeye with salt pepper garlic powder, grilled, thin sliced then salted again after rest.

Ciabatta roll, garlic buttered and then browned on the grill.

Saute baby bella mushrooms and onions 

Add steak, mushrooms/onions bottom of grilled roll, melt and lightly brown cheese under broiler.

Add a light coat of Peter Lugers steak sauce to top of roll.

Combine and then eat until you feel like you are gonna throw up.

Wow, I just finished dinner and this made me hungry again :)

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