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Philly Cheese
« on: July 17, 2016, 08:57:12 AM »
Watching one of those food shows yesterday and there was one on famous sandwich shops around the country.  One of the stops was a deli in Philadelphia that of course, specialized in Philly Cheese Steak Sammiches.  I realized I had never actually tried my hand at making one, so I decided that was what the family was having for supper.  I pulled up some recipes and quickly found that everyone has their own unique method for this simple sandwich ranging from the meat (Sirloin, tenderloin etc.) to marinade to cooking methods. I now have my own.  Sweet Haysus, that was one guilty pleasure.

Settled on ribeye and had the butcher slice it paper thin.  I let it nap the afternoon away in a mixture of worsestishestishire, Sid's Sure Shot, garlic powder, salt and pepper.  Cooked it on low in a pan on the stove but kept it covered so it could sautee/steam in some olive oil and beef broth.  Every time I checked it, I would cut it up even finer and add a little more garlic, salt and pepper.

Pube Licks packages up some fine bell pepper and onion mixtures.  Red, yellow, green and orange.  I did the same with them on the stove and kicked em' up with a little Cavender's, salt and pepper.  Cooked them until they were just about falling apart.

Got some fresh Hoagie Rolls and when the meat and veggies were ready, I slathered the rolls in melted butter and topped them with a large amount of provolone cheese.  Put them under the broiler long enough the melt the cheese and put a little crispy burn to the edges of the bread.

Piled on the meat and peppers/onion mixture and poured on some au jus sauce, which was beef broth, flour, drippings from the skillet and salt/pepper. 

I think this sandwich would total about 1,500 calories and 173 grams of fat.  It would also achieve a rating of 946 on the Damn Fine Eatin' Scale.       
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Re: Philly Cheese
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2016, 11:06:59 AM »
Watching one of those food shows yesterday and there was one on famous sandwich shops around the country.  One of the stops was a deli in Philadelphia that of course, specialized in Philly Cheese Steak Sammiches.  I realized I had never actually tried my hand at making one, so I decided that was what the family was having for supper.  I pulled up some recipes and quickly found that everyone has their own unique method for this simple sandwich ranging from the meat (Sirloin, tenderloin etc.) to marinade to cooking methods. I now have my own.  Sweet Haysus, that was one guilty pleasure.

Settled on ribeye and had the butcher slice it paper thin.  I let it nap the afternoon away in a mixture of worsestishestishire, Sid's Sure Shot, garlic powder, salt and pepper.  Cooked it on low in a pan on the stove but kept it covered so it could sautee/steam in some olive oil and beef broth.  Every time I checked it, I would cut it up even finer and add a little more garlic, salt and pepper.

Pube Licks packages up some fine bell pepper and onion mixtures.  Red, yellow, green and orange.  I did the same with them on the stove and kicked em' up with a little Cavender's, salt and pepper.  Cooked them until they were just about falling apart.

Got some fresh Hoagie Rolls and when the meat and veggies were ready, I slathered the rolls in melted butter and topped them with a large amount of provolone cheese.  Put them under the broiler long enough the melt the cheese and put a little crispy burn to the edges of the bread.

Piled on the meat and peppers/onion mixture and poured on some au jus sauce, which was beef broth, flour, drippings from the skillet and salt/pepper. 

I think this sandwich would total about 1,500 calories and 173 grams of fat.  It would also achieve a rating of 946 on the Damn Fine Eatin' Scale.     

Sounds like a good pre race meal.....



If you wanna be in the porta john at the start line.
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Re: Philly Cheese
« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2016, 10:21:33 AM »
Sounds like a good pre race meal.....



If you wanna be in the porta john at the start line.

It might make you get the runs faster
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