Italian steak sammich

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  1. Sac Arrow

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    oh yeh BD5E696D-EED6-4897-A938-37BF2DEBFE01.jpeg 73F30511-84F9-4E72-AC2E-19821FC63022.jpeg 99C104E3-82A7-400C-AE72-13A3DA8C9736.jpeg B323D467-0710-45C1-81CC-AB2D1E38C9FA.jpeg 0D25E12D-8E22-45AF-B4A9-2F28C9648B43.jpeg 2BDFDB60-67CE-443C-9F67-1B569D26F1AB.jpeg 1471ADB7-F379-43ED-8EBC-2EA0AC198C9B.jpeg 674AE8F8-FD06-4C53-B495-92D0DB0B7170.jpeg
     
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    Oh yeah, progression of steak sandwich
     
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    Looks like an upside-down open-faced steak sandwich, otherwise that other piece of steak in the background would be on the bottom.

    And a little bit inside-out too since the pesto is on the outside of the sandwich.
     
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    "hey, you know what would be better than one plate? two half plates melded together." - said no one, ever. well maybe some super stoned college kid said it once, but it's not like anyone would purcha................
     
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    Looks like it starts with tape worms. That’ll keep the weight off
     
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    What part of "steak sandwich" is the adjective "Italian" attempting to modify? Because, although it looks like it could be tasty, nothing I see there is anything like I've ever seen in Italy. I think everyone's Nonna is shaking their heads disapprovingly.
     
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    When you said “steak sammich” and showed 2 steaks, I started thinking you were going to use the steaks like 2
    pieces of bread and out the onions and L&T in between.
     
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    right, well, it was lettuce wrapped but I did not put on the lettuce cap for the photo.

    for the purists, to be clear it wasn’t a great steak. It was a round cut. But it got the job done.
     
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    You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.
     
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    Someone break it down for me. I’m missing something.
     
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    This is today’s steak it was MF good.
     
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    Is that a peruvian Aji sauce?
     
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    No, olive oil and balsamic. It never would have occurred to me to try a Peruvian Aji sauce. But I might try that next time.
     
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    The mayo made me wonder -- my wife makes it with that and a ton of garlic. <3 it with steak of any kind.
     
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    Eww. I'm not breaking down your food for you. I don't care if you're missing something (teeth? acid? probiotics?), mastication and digestion is your job not mine!
     
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    I see. I used no mayo on today's steak but yes lots on yesterday's. Please feel free to expand on that. I'm curious. I didn't think mayo was a Peruvian thing.