Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

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Re: RE: Re: Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

Postby woodenvisions » Sun Dec 04, 2016 7:03 pm

OldUsedParts wrote:Well, altho I knew I couldn't even begin to get close to those steak sammies locally - - - your post had me craving a good sammie so I went to Schlotsky's at noon and picked up a Ruben for the Wiffy and a French Dip for me - - - - what a disappointment - - - I couldn't even finish half of mine and she was the same with hers so we ended up putting more lunch in the trash than our tummies. :banghead: :angryfire:

Hey Em,

You can duplicate what we had, just ask ur local butcher to slice u up some ribeye, throw them in a cast iron skillet with provolone and havarti, peppers and onions.
We didn't do anything special, it was just the ingredients.
You could probably get the ribeye sliced paper thin for about 13 or 14 $ total for two sammies. One lb should suffice enough for you both ?
We had 2 lbs for 4 of us and we were stuffed.
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Re: Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

Postby OldUsedParts » Sun Dec 04, 2016 7:22 pm

thanks :tup: the sammie wheels are turing now :chef:
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Re: RE: Re: Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

Postby woodenvisions » Sun Dec 04, 2016 7:30 pm

OldUsedParts wrote:thanks :tup: the sammie wheels are turing now :chef:

Well let those ( wheels ) spin you down to da butcher, we want to see what you whip up :) :)
We've all seen ur posts, this is a Walk In The Park for ya buddy :)

Btw, key is to get it sliced like prosciutto would be sliced.
Then chop flip chop flip chop chop flip flip and repeat as fast as u can lol
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Re: Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

Postby Russ » Sun Dec 04, 2016 7:42 pm

Wv you mention havarti, this is my wife's fave cheese, we get a peppered havarti from Barry's bay cheese factory in akaroa, she gets me my fave masdaam from there also. Great cheeses for a cheese platter.

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Re: Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

Postby woodenvisions » Sun Dec 04, 2016 8:59 pm

Russ,

I think Havarti is one of the best cheeses when it comes to recipes requiring it to be melted.
Cold cut sammies with Roast Beef pair excellent with it too...

Just imo tho
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Re: Remembering how via Ribeye Cheesesteaks

Postby Russ » Sun Dec 04, 2016 9:54 pm

Cool, our go to cheese daily is cheddar or Colby . Hot meat sammich with cheese onion and relish. That's about my top sammy.

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