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Old 07.03.2012, 14:46
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Re: How to: Cheese Philly

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It's things like this that make me really homesick from time to time...

Aside from the cheese, I've never seen minute steaks over here...
Use fondue-chinoise meat.

Anyway, I have a meat slicer, so can slice it anyway I like, and generally buy a large chunk of entrecote (even for chinoise).

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Use fondue-chinoise meat.
I think that's much too thin.
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