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How do you cheese your cheesesteak sandwich?

Asked by robmandu (21203 points ) October 21st, 2011

Cheez Wiz? American? Provolone? Jack? something else melty?

What makes it so great that you’d recommend it?

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9 Answers

chyna's avatar

American. Cheese whiz isn’t really cheese. It’s…. well it’s something else. No one really knows what it really is.

creative1's avatar

a Sharp Provolone Cheese, I love how stringy it gets when it melts over the steak and veggies.

Blackberry's avatar

Provolone or american. I had one today with green peppers and jalapenos. It was meaty and melty and spicy.

Kayak8's avatar

This it has to be white American cheese for a Philadelphia cheese steak like I got in junior high on the mainline just outside Philly.

filmfann's avatar

Who cheesed?

muppetish's avatar

Sharp cheddar. Not the biggest fan of Provolone or American.

zenvelo's avatar

Provolone. Chopped with meat on the grill using the spatula. Anything else is false.

lillycoyote's avatar

Provolone is the only proper cheese. Though I disagree with @zenvelo on the chopped meat. A real cheese steak is not chopped. It’s a regional thing, @zenvelo. I’m one Delawarean willing to duke it out with you on the chopped steak business. :-) And don’t even get me started on what a real and authentic and proper sub should be like.

fizzbanger's avatar

Provolone… or Pepper Jack.

Now I’m hungry.

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