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Wednesday, 15 February 2012




Sweet! I actually learn things here from time to time. ;)

So is this what makes me crave broccoli beef so much? And speaking of learning things around here, I guess I'll have to dig up your old recipe for that. But I'm also craving gai lan, so I might use that instead.


Ooops, got you confused with another site that I like:


My dad loves Philly Frank's though I don't like it as much. McGonagle's I didn't care for either (I went to their old location). Haven't tried the Monkey Paw yet - I'll have to check that one out! The Philly Grill on University Ave. in North Park is worth checking out.


I have to get me a cheesesteak sandwich somewhere now :9


Hi Jan - I'm glad you do get some mileage out of our posts!

Hi Mary - Unless things have really changed, I thought Philly Grill wasn't very good. I did them in part1.

I hope it's a good one Kat!


The slogan at McGonagle's made me laugh, but too bad it didn't hold true. Good to know there's a decent philly place up in north county! Their website shows a vegetarian sandwich, so I'll be sure to check it out.


what, may i ask is a monkey paw sweet georgia brown


Hi Alyssa - Check them out, I thoguht they were pretty good. Though I'm can't say much about a veggie version.

Hi Grey - Sorry if I wasn't clear, it's a English Brown Ale.


To may want to also try Pop's Jersey Steaks in PB, he used to own Alex's Brown Bag.....


I know I am a little late with this post but I can't stop eating the Korean BBQ Philly @ J-Wok in downtown. They use provolone and the meat...mmm.

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