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Thanks Guys - again, these were both inspiration for other folks. The thing I like about BBQ folks and the 2 forums I frequent is that I get great ideas because people share their ideas, victories, and failures. It's good stuff.

 

Bear - the Di'Costanzas claim to have originated the hoagies in Chester. I worked for John, the son of the originators. He was a great guy to work for. Here's a webite about it. http://dicostanzas.com/About.asp  I heard there was one of the kids that ran a shop in West Chester and another outside of Media PA.

 

Last but not least.... I agree there are a lot of other places that do cheese steals better then the 2 famous ones... they shall remain nameless!.

post #42 of 51

Thanks for the link, Elly,

Very interesting, and thanks again for showing the Awesome CSF !

 

 

Bear

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Thanks Guys - again, these were both inspiration for other folks. The thing I like about BBQ folks and the 2 forums I frequent is that I get great ideas because people share their ideas, victories, and failures. It's good stuff.

 

Bear - the Di'Costanzas claim to have originated the hoagies in Chester. I worked for John, the son of the originators. He was a great guy to work for. Here's a webite about it. http://dicostanzas.com/About.asp  I heard there was one of the kids that ran a shop in West Chester and another outside of Media PA.

 

Last but not least.... I agree there are a lot of other places that do cheese steals better then the 2 famous ones... they shall remain nameless!.


 

Had a cheesesteak once at the State Fair in DE as a kid it was literally a Cheese STEAK! had to take the meat off to eat them separately ...memoriesicon_biggrin.gif

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Had a cheesesteak once at the State Fair in DE as a kid it was literally a Cheese STEAK! had to take the meat off to eat them separately ...memoriesicon_biggrin.gif



LOL---I know what you mean, There used to be a place in my home town (Quakertown), called "The Fireside". It had a huge open charcoal pit about 10' behind the counter. It was about 15' wide. They used to make small Ribeyes over the charcoal, and slap them in a steak roll. They were only about 1/2" thick, and tender, so you could bite through pretty well. They closed that place down, shortly after a guy with no arms drove right through the left wall, and knocked the cigarette machine over on a guy. Not sure if the closing had anything to do with the accident.

 

BTW: That guy used to eat with his feet!

 

 

Bear

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LOL---I know what you mean, There used to be a place in my home town (Quakertown), called "The Fireside". It had a huge open charcoal pit about 10' behind the counter. It was about 15' wide. They used to make small Ribeyes over the charcoal, and slap them in a steak roll. They were only about 1/2" thick, and tender, so you could bite through pretty well. They closed that place down, shortly after a guy with no arms drove right through the left wall, and knocked the cigarette machine over on a guy. Not sure if the closing had anything to do with the accident.

 

BTW: That guy used to eat with his feet!

 

 

Bear


Damn Bear... how come my stories always pale in comparison to yours.... too funny

 

 

 

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Damn Bear... how come my stories always pale in comparison to yours.... too funny


Sorry, I don't mean it.

You just hit the right topic.

Every time I figure that's enough memory stories from me, somebody reminds me of something I remember.

Must be just the "Old Guy" with a good memory thing.

It's actually funny, because there are a whole lot of things that I never did, and know absolutely nothing about!

Hell, other than during my 3 years in the Army, I have never been more than 400 miles from home.

 

 

Bear

 

 

 

 

post #47 of 51

Good looking Fatty and I am trying those pig balls with my fatty that I am smoking later today...Thanks

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Good looking Fatty and I am trying those pig balls with my fatty that I am smoking later today...Thanks



Don't you think that pig is gonna miss those ballsbiggrin.gif

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Good looking Fatty and I am trying those pig balls with my fatty that I am smoking later today...Thanks



Great! Looking forward to seeing your results.

 

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Excellent job, Elly! I gotta try those pig balls.



x2

 

post #51 of 51

Looks really good will have to try one


 

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