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Old 02-24-2020, 06:48 AM   #1
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Default Blackstone Cheesesteak

Shaved ribeye
Onions, peppers, mushrooms
Homemade cheese sauce.
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Old 02-24-2020, 07:19 AM   #2
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Looks amazing!
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Old 02-24-2020, 07:37 AM   #3
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Man! You made on my favorite sandwiches of all time, and exactly the way I would have. Nicely done!
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Very nice. Keeping an eye on the Blackstone prices. If it ever drops to a reasonable price (to me) I'll jump. Then beg forgiveness from the wife!
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Nice I love a good cheese steak
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Old 02-24-2020, 08:39 AM   #7
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Very nice. Keeping an eye on the Blackstone prices. If it ever drops to a reasonable price (to me) I'll jump. Then beg forgiveness from the wife!
I did that search for a year. I finally jumped on the Walmart Black Friday deal:
A thought a 36" was too big for my needs. The Walmart deal was a 28" but with three burners instead of two. it was $175. I love it.
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Old 02-24-2020, 09:31 AM   #8
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Oh hell yeah!
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Looks great! Care to share the cheese sauce?


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Care to share the cheese sauce?
Sure,
1 T Butter
1 T Flour
Make a roux
2 C Whole Milk (Heated)
Add milk and stir until starts to thicken over low heat
4 oz of cream cheese (softened)
Add to milk mixture, stir until melted over low heat
2 C Shredded cheese of choice (I used an Italian Mix)
Add cheese to milk mixture in small handfuls.
Stir until each handful is melted before adding another handful (low heat still)
Add ground black pepper to taste.

Sometimes I add a dash of Worcestershire sauce if I want a little saltiness.
I'll add a dash of hot sauce if I want a little spice.

I use the same sauce on pepper stout beef.
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Philly approved!!!!
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Sure,

1 T Butter

1 T Flour

Make a roux

2 C Whole Milk (Heated)

Add milk and stir until starts to thicken over low heat

4 oz of cream cheese (softened)

Add to milk mixture, stir until melted over low heat

2 C Shredded cheese of choice (I used an Italian Mix)

Add cheese to milk mixture in small handfuls.

Stir until each handful is melted before adding another handful (low heat still)

Add ground black pepper to taste.



Sometimes I add a dash of Worcestershire sauce if I want a little saltiness.

I'll add a dash of hot sauce if I want a little spice.



I use the same sauce on pepper stout beef.


Awesome. Thanks! Going to give this a whirl


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