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    Quote Originally Posted by DiscoBiscuit View Post


    Philly cheese steak...


    Sorry man, that's not a philly cheese steak.

    /snob

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    That might very well be a delicious sandwich, but (purely in the interest of education, not rancor) it isn't a true Philly cheesesteak. The real Philly original has:

    1. A soft hoagie roll, not a French roll
    2. Cheez Wiz (most traditional), provolone or American cheese
    3. Fried onions and mayyyybe hot or sweet peppers as the only acceptable toppings (no mushrooms, tomato, lettuce, etc.)

    It looks very much like this:



    Oh, and it's delicious

    YESSS



    And avoid the tourist traps (Pat's and Genos). My favorite spot is Tony Lukes. You can some bomb sandwiches at local neighborhood shops.

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    My favorite breakfast sammich:

    2 eggs
    2 bacon strips
    cheddar cheese
    a hash brown patty
    bread of choice.

    Here at work I just request it as 'the sandwich'. Ms Peggy the grill cook knows what it is. It's great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by demimondaine View Post
    forgive me if this has been posted.. but:

    13 kinds of cheese, 3 slices of bread.. 5 lbs of food!


    Melt Bar & Grilled - Melt Challenge


    but in all seriousness, i love a good (small) grilled cheese. vegetarian banh mi is wonderful as well, as is almost anything put in a panini press!
    That looks like a heartattack waiting tohappen!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by demimondaine View Post
    forgive me if this has been posted.. but:

    13 kinds of cheese, 3 slices of bread.. 5 lbs of food!


    Melt Bar & Grilled - Melt Challenge


    but in all seriousness, i love a good (small) grilled cheese. vegetarian banh mi is wonderful as well, as is almost anything put in a panini press!
    My liver hurts just by looking at that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    And avoid the tourist traps (Pat's and Genos). My favorite spot is Tony Lukes. You can some bomb sandwiches at local neighborhood shops.
    Tony Lukes is good. i ate at John's Roast Pork more than Tony Lukes, though.

    we had lots of awesome cheesesteaks in Fishtown. Central Pizza is pretty classic, they make a great cheesesteak. i like Grilladelphia's cheesesteak a lot too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    Attn: Most people who posted sandwich photos in this thread

    Most of these made me nauseous. Just thought I'd let you know. You guys eat like wild boars.
    Well, here... just for you, a cucumber-watercress sandwich with the crust cut off.



    Inducing of nausea? Probably not.

    Ultimate sandwich? HELL NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Well, here... just for you, a cucumber-watercress sandwich with the crust cut off.



    Inducing of nausea? Probably not.

    Ultimate sandwich? HELL NO!
    Dude, that sandwich is so feminine, just looking at it gave me a hot flash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Dude, that sandwich is so feminine, just looking at it gave me a hot flash.
    The mere act of posting it caused me to begin developing breasts!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    The mere act of posting it caused me to begin developing breasts!
    Bwaahhh!!! Cucumber-watercress induced gynecomastia!

    Run to the doctor, Oby! Quickly!
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