I dont know why ahyone would want to chop up perfectly good rib eye. Get some thin ones like 1/2 thick. Get the grill hot as you can get it. Grill steaks med/med rare. hard to do but if you get the grill hot enough its done in seconds about the time it takes to mark it good then flip. Good italian roll, romain, mayo, raw vidalia onion, white american cheese. I like to spice up the mayo by beating some sirachi in it.
Now thats a steak sandwich screw chopping it up if you are going to make it at home out of rib eye. I also know a joint that has a prime rib special on fridays and sell steak sandwichs on saturday out of the left overs those rock too
While I agree with you that this would likely be a better sandwich . . . it would not be a Philly Cheese Steak.
I guess thats my point. I like philly's but that is something you get from the philly joint. Doing the home thing my mind tends to go in a better/different direction once in the store. Another fav is marinate up a london broil grill it med rare and slice it up thin for sanwiches. With a big bag of slices in the fridge you end up making them three or four different ways before its gone. Last time I did it I was on a soft taco kick with it. Meat, cheese, green onion, avacado, green tomitio sauce. Outstanding
Funny post from a guy whose screen name is Turd Sandwich. I kid! Actually sounds damn good, but like the man said, sometimes you just gotta have a Philly
Nooooo grill the onions separate, then throw them on the steak after. It's the way good, real, philly steaks are made. Cook on a pan that you can chop the meat on as you cook it. Good bread makes all the difference, needs to have enough substance to not soak througj, but you don't really want it crunchy/hard. Amoroso is the standard, Cisco distributes it.
Delasandros is the best around.
Silly computer boy, Cisco makes routers; SYSCO distributes food. I'm pretty sure Cisco can't help you with a Philly.
One of the few regrets I have about living in South Texas is that we really don't have any great Philly options and it is pretty much my favorite sandwich. I'm a provolone fan for what it's worth
How about the ads on AM (rightwing nutjob) radio looking for investors in oil wells. Yeah, that ought to go well. No way the geologists and promoters would keep the best prospects for themselves....right....
(BTW, before you get upset about my rightwing nutjob reference, I am one)