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    Phily cheese steak.

    Had to have a go. Fed up with Americans going on about how great they are.

    For this according to the American cheese steak bosses you need a soft cheap roll. 45p from Sainsbury's.

    And some really shitty cheese. Really you need cheese whizz. But only Asda sell it over here as it is owned by Walmart. So I had to use processed cheese slices.

    Provalone is also acceptable for another variant. Couldn't find any.

    I used 30 day ribeye for the meat. Freeze it for 45 minutes to allow you to chop it up small. Fry with an onion.

    Is it any good? Cheese whizz would make it more moist but actually it is pretty good. Next time I am in Asda I will get some.

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    With the pasta earlier, which was quite filling, we're just enjoying some cheese and biscuits now, with a nice chilled bottle of Asti, as it's such a lovely warm evening:







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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    With the pasta earlier, which was quite filling, we're just enjoying some cheese and biscuits now, with a nice chilled bottle of Asti, as it's such a lovely warm evening:







    Marco.
    We were out earlier having a chat. Sometimes a good chat with the wife is amazing.

    Will read your post above soz been busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Phily cheese steak.

    So I had to use processed cheese slices.
    Looks good, Justin.

    Something so wrong about processed cheese slices they're so right with beef.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    we're just enjoying some cheese and biscuits now, with a nice chilled bottle of Asti, as it's such a lovely warm evening:
    Nice! Is that Castello blue? one of my fave readily available blues.
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    Castillo Blue .......Ace.

    Shona loves it but can't quite remember why.....
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    If you're serious about cheese.......Kraft Dinner Triangles.

    Nuff said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex_UK View Post
    Nice! Is that Castello blue? one of my fave readily available blues.
    Yup, plus some Comte, mature Welsh cheddar, creamy Brie and a type of Shropshire blue - hit the spot nicely with the celery and crackers!

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    And a little Buckfast..........for sophistication.
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    Chilled or served at room temperature - and would you enjoy it with a deep-fried Mars Bar, or is that taking things too far?

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