Spicy steak sandwiches

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
2 Narrow steaks (1/2" thick probably sirloin) but steak-ums work also
1 Potato
1 Tomato
2 cups Shredded cabbage (cole slaw style), about
4 slices Fresh italian bread (hand sliced to 1 inch thick) (very important that bread is thick and fresh)
2 slices Provolone cheese
Your favorite hot sauce (i use melindas XXXX reserve)

okay, now yunz did it.....with all the great sammiches being spread about, i have been forced to spread the wealth to the rest of the world of another pittsburgh legend..... everyone who just loves great food press print right now... chorus fades out theme from 2001 and begins a drumroll.... great ch'er chef enter stage right....

okay men (and wo-men) rub hot papaya oil on your chest and don your finest loin cloth, cause were goin in....strange animalike grunting ensues...

mix shredded cabbage into your favorite cole slaw dressing (my two favorites are 1. the oil based you buy in a bottle, or 2. just plain mayo).. clean potato leaving skin on. slice longways into approx. ⅜ inch thick slices. now cut these into ⅜ inch slices (some would call these french fries). if using steak grill it. if using steakums prepare them in skillet. deep fry the french fries(yes rael you can use straight lard) place the prepared meat on the bottom slice of bread. provolone cheese on top of that. now place the french fries on top of that, the cole slaw on top of that , the tomato on top of that. douse the second piece of bread in the hot sauce and place on top. fade out drum roll as choirs ring out in the alleluia chorus "allllllleluia, alllleluia, alleluia, alleluia , alllehehehehluia!!!" slice in half and eat....makes two sandwich's about 5 inches high, but with a little pressing can easily be stuffed into any mouth..... Posted to CHILE-HEADS DIGEST V4 #052 by Jason B Koliscak <jbkst6+@...> on Jul 31, 1997

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