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    Something else very tasty is to put bacon on instead of rd peppers, or both at the same time.

    Recipe #65600

    Most people think that this is a Jewish sandwich, but it was actually created by Reuben Kay of Omaha, Nebraska. I know that many people use Thousand Island Dressing, but I prefer my own Russian Dressing. Try it and you will like it! Also, you can omit the cole slaw if you wish, but I like that too.

    Recipe #78988

    This is an authentic style Italian sausage sandwich, just like what you would have in Philadelphia or New York.

    Recipe #79294

    I was born and raised in Philadelphia and this was my favorite lunch at the luncheonettes (sandwich shops). Places throughout the rest of the Country that claim to make Philly Cheese Steaks just do not get them to taste the same, and one of the reasons is that they do not use extra-virgin olive oil. Anyone who says that Pat's and Gino's in South Philly uses Cheez Wiz, is talking about the way they make it now. The old authentic way uses Provolone Cheese. Also, using deli roast beef is the same as using top round sliced wafer thin or frozen Rib-Eye roast shaved on an electric slicer. I was born in 1942 and this is the way they were made way back then. We are talking about authentic, not the way they are made now. If you make any changes with the ingredients or the directions, it will not be the same. Make it EXACTLY as written here.

    Recipe #94031

    This is a great sandwich direct from South Philadelphia and New York. If you can use all of these ingredients it will be super fantastic, but do not worry if you cannot find all of them. All of these meats can be purchased at an Italian Delicatessen and in the deli section of most supermarkets in the United States. If you have any questions, you can e-mail me: AlanLeonetti@q.com

    Recipe #114446

    This was an accidental creation--that is now made often.

    Recipe #96715

    Great for a party or a potluck meal. I usually make my own French Bread but I've also used store bought French Bread before and it works well too.

    Recipe #100481

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