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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Philly Cheesesteaks and Play Signs



12 comments:

  1. I not really sure what a cheesesteak is but it sounds like it is probably not too healthy. A bit like poutine isn't! ;-)

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  2. i'd say yes to both.

    frankly my dear

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  3. That's a free order of Mardi Gras beads with your Philly cheesesteak, right? :-D

    ~Lindy

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  4. I am guessing that cheese steaks are steaks with cheese and they are popular. But they sound like some kind of fast food too. Hmmm...The play sign could inspire both children and adults...We all need to get away from the serious once in a while...

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    1. Gemma, you are correct on all counts. It is a steak sandwich said to be invented in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The steak is sliced thin, cooked and cut into small pieces on an oiled grill. Cheese, (provolone, American, or even Cheese Whiz) is added until it melts. A half load of Italian bread is added, and it is all scooped off the grill and served hot. It is fast food, but can also be served in high end restaurants. They can be quite tasty. Sometimes they are served with grilled onions, mushrooms, green peppers, salt, pepper, and ketchup.

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  5. Wonder what the very first sign was advertising? Such a huge part of our everyday world now. Nice spotting TFG ..

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    1. Grace, see above. It is a steak sandwich.

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  6. The first one is making me hungry!
    Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. It always is a 'great day to play'. Yessir. MB

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