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I have eaten, Nasi Goreng with Foe Yung Hai and Sateh sauce, I made this self.

I made an Omelet from 2 eggs, mixed this with little milk, then I baked this, I did on the Omelet, Chicken Tonight Hawai, I folded the Omelet and above the Omelet, did I Chicken Tonight Hawai again, after few seconds, I did turn off the gas and did the Omelet on my Nasi Goreng and then the Sateh sauce.

I can tell, it was delicious.

 

:geezer:

 

If you can see Jeri, I think on my cholesterol.

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gonna do hamburgers tonight.

 

With Mayonnaise and Ketchup, I suppose?.

I eat tonight fast food; potatoes + cauliflower+ meat ball rolled up with a slice of bacon, that set I in the microwave.

 

Your language Juliet, has very difficult words, it is that I have an English - Dutch and Dutch - English dictionary, when I haven't, than I could not answer on this topic.

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A minute steak is a steak you can eat in a minute. :rofl3: Like, duh, man.

No, seriously, I'll try to explain it.

It's a box of thin, frozen slices of beef (Steak-umm might be the best known brand) that you use to try to make the famous Philly cheesesteak with. A real Philly cheesesteak is made from finely shaved beef, but it takes way more than a minute, and a good slicer machine to shave the beef - so they sell the minute steaks and they take about a minute to cook.

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Thanks for the explanation.

 

As for philly steaks, i lived on 9th a passyunk, just down the block from Pat's & Genos steaks, you can guess how many steaks with i had in those few years :lol:

 

Sliced thin ribeye :drool:

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Thanks for the explanation.

 

As for philly steaks, i lived on 9th a passyunk, just down the block from Pat's & Genos steaks, you can guess how many steaks with i had in those few years :lol:

 

Sliced thin ribeye :drool:

 

Terrible waste of a good Rib-eye...why not just slice it about 1" thick and grill it to medium rare with some spices and a little Heinz 57...OUTSTANDING!

 

 

 

 

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I'm used to arguments about cheesesteaks on the Eagles MB, not here at the Pit. :mrgreen:

caintry, you're damn straight about it (well, hold that Heinz), but cheesesteak wars are serious around Philly. I'll take Jim's or Tony Luke's over the tourist traps Pat's and Geno's hands down, any day.

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