Cheese-steak



noun
1.
a sandwich of sliced steak topped with melted cheese and fried onions, usually served on a long roll.
noun

an American sandwich of sauteed beef and onions with melted cheese in an Italian or French hard roll; also called [Philadelphia cheese steak], cheesesteak
Word Origin

originated in Philadelphia in 1930s
Usage Note

cooking

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