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Monday, 15 August 2005



Clare - Reid sure is dedicated to his "craft"!


C Clare? Another C! ;o)


hey kirk, i'll post my favorite cheesesteak recipe when i get back! philly cheesesteak makers will tell you "it's all in the bread" -- but i only partly believe them LOL. i'll check out jo's post on country fried steak, but what i do know about them ain't pretty :D -- chopped steak, pounded thin, coated with egg and flour, then fried in lard. yikes.


Clare & Jo - LOL!

Hi Stef - That right - "Real Philly Cheessteaks" and Jungle Jim's!
Sometimes life just ain't fair!


Kirk-I tried the turkey sandwich, called "the turk", today at Gaglione's and it was good! Think post-Thanksgiving open-faced sandwich without gravy - moist turkey, cranberry sauce, mayo, and stuffing. The stuffing was very moist and brought some seasoning to the sandwich. It was served cold, although I think it would be really good served warm.


Hey Jack - Great, I'll try them next time - maybe.....if I can get away without a cheesesteak! I agree, warm, and with some gravy!!! Thanks for the report!

Green Turtle

Have you tried the Philly Cheesesteak Company on Convoy St (across from Home Depot Expo)? Just wondering how that place compares to Gaglione's. They sometimes have 2-for-1 coupons in the SD Reader.


Hi Green Turtle - Thanks for commenting. I suppose you mean the Philadelphia Sandwich Company. I was there about 2 years ago, and used the coupons from the Pennysaver - I didn't care much for it, very blah! I did like the fact that they had Tasty Cakes, though. Maybe I'll try again in the future and do a comparison, but I remember not being too impressed.

Robert Armijo

I had a philly cheesesteak in mission beach and now im back in arizona I am still dreaming about it!


Hi Robert - Thanks for stopping by. I'm assuming the Cheesesteak was at Gaglione Bros? If not, let me know where - I'm always looknig for new places!!!

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