Hand-made Philly Spring Rolls

9/24/2009:

Fresh – not frozen!

I read somewhere on here recently that one commenter had made an accusation that Park & Sixth’s delicious and wildly popular Philly Cheesesteak Spring Rolls were “store bought” or frozen. Maybe other places do that – but not them!

Well – here’s your proof that they’re not. What they are is lip-smacking tasty and addictive!

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Man – why did I even post this – now I’m craving some!!

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jdross19
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I concur – they are very tasty. And the meatloaf….mother of god…..try it

blahblahblah
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blahblahblah

FOLKS, I beleive I was charged $2.50 for one which is a damn rip off, more like a dollar or so since they are tiny, HOWEVER, after trying one, i bought half dozen, they are SOOOOOOO good….if you have NFl ticket and have people over get this and serve them…like i said, to pricey since the ingredients are cheap, it was a very very very tasty treat…

jmikola
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jmikola

I bought two of these last week not realizing they were stuffed with cheesesteak (mistook them for pork + veggie), but it was a pleasant suprise.

Even at $2.50, these come in cheaper than the egg rolls that Philly’s near 6th and Washington sells – I believe those are $4 and only a tad bigger.

In response to blahblahblah who said:

FOLKS, I beleive I was charged $2.50 for one which is a damn rip off, more like a dollar or so since they are tiny, HOWEVER, after trying one, i bought half dozen, they are SOOOOOOO good….if you have NFl ticket and have people over get this and serve them…like i said, to pricey since the ingredients are cheap, it was a very very very tasty treat…

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Ooohhh … those look GOOOOOOOOOD!

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

I can’t believe. I still haven’t tried this place. It appears that I’m really missing out.

KenOn10
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KenOn10

411, why would you want to torture those of us who are cubicle bound in NY? And at lunch time? I am jonesing for five or six of us right about now.

And Furey, you’re probably right on the cheese, but hey, it’s a PHILLY cheese steak… i think by law it’s gotta be American.

adam2d
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adam2d

Actually – I think it has to be “cheez whiz” to officially be a Philly Cheese Steak.

In response to KenOn10 who said:

411, why would you want to torture those of us who are cubicle bound in NY? And at lunch time? I am jonesing for five or six of us right about now.

And Furey, you’re probably right on the cheese, but hey, it’s a PHILLY cheese steak… i think by law it’s gotta be American.

Furey
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The orginal cheesesteaks had provolone. Only later was Whiz used.

In response to adam2d who said:

Actually – I think it has to be “cheez whiz” to officially be a Philly Cheese Steak.

KenOn10
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KenOn10

that is good news indeed… I just can’t bring myself to consume a product named “whiz”.

In response to Furey who said:

The orginal cheesesteaks had provolone. Only later was Whiz used.