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  • #31
    Archy

    No kidding...but the best place I have ever tasted a tuna hoagie from was the local supermarket...and their roast beef hoagies are unbelievable. each is about two pounds in weight and only $ 5.95 each.

    Bell

    Do this.

    Take some roast beef and slice it thin...let it simmer in fried onions ( dice them first )...and then add a quarter stick of butter and let it all blend in.

    Take a half pound of swiss cheese and microwave it in a bowl...until it is gooey. You'll have to go back and forth with the cheese to stir it to prevent the natural oils in the cheese from separating too much. Its worth it.

    Take the same Italian roll and toss the melange inside ( "Gut" the roll....by that I mean take out a lot of the unnecessary bread on the inside of the roll) and then...voila !.... you've got the first,authentic, English Alpine Steak.


    Subway Sandwiches are where people with too much money,no sense, and no taste go in Philadelphia. They're usually dorky college students who can't figure out eating franchise food is bad news.

    Hey...in a pinch, I'll eat a bologna sandwich....but if you have taste, avoid those dumps. Their lunchmeat sits out for God knows how long.
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    • #32
      I shall cut and paste the receipe Chef Brown!

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      • #33
        Chef Brown, tell her how to make a knish!

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        • #34
          a what???!!!

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          • #35
            Ask Dustin Gould whether my steak 'help" was worth it or not. I sent him some tips about 6 years ago. He wanted to marry me.

            I don't know whether they sell Italian rolls in Britain, Bell. I'd suggest using those "wraps"...the tortilla like round breads that come in packages ( They're pretty good substitutes for Italian rolls....not quite as good as an authentic South Philly roll....but good nonetheless.)
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            • #36
              yeah we have those...

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              • #37
                Bell:

                As Archy requested....here's a link to some different knish ( pronounced Ka-Nish ) dishes. I have to admit I have only eaten, never made, these babies.

                http://www.cooks.com/rec/search/0,1-0,knish,FF.html
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                • #38
                  cheers How...x

                  Say, How, have you heard of Spotted Dick?

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                  • #39
                    Bell:

                    Heard of it ? I had it.

                    Back to the Trivia..........

                    What suspect in the WM Case has a link in some way to Laird Cregar, the actor who portrayed the Ripper in the 1944 film, The Lodger...?

                    And what is that link ?
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                    • #40
                      Had it, have it or ate it????!!!!!


                      http://thefoody.com/pudding/spotteddick.html

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                      • #41
                        Bell:

                        I've heard of the dish...but never ate it.

                        Any dish with that word in it is not exactly on my "to eat" list.
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                        • #42
                          Its on mine....near the top, check it out....

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                          • #43
                            Think I should answer that.

                            My namesake...Winchester College. Both Monty and Laird went there.

                            Cheers
                            Monty

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                            • #44
                              We have a winnah !!!!!!!

                              Congrats to Monty for the correct answer. Montague Druitt & Laird Cregar both attended Winchester College.
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                              • #45
                                Trivia For The Evening..........

                                Most of us know that Sir Robert Anderson was affiliated with the Plymouth Brethren, a strict Christian sect.

                                Name another individual from our studies who was also affiliated in some way with those people.
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