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    Genuine Spiedies!

    Well, My friend that grew up in the area had seen my posts about my attempts at making spiedies on Facebook.

    He decided I needed to try the real deal, so look what the fedex driver just dropped off!

    Genuine Lupo's Spiedies!

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    And so another cultural education for me. You gonna show us how this is made i hope?
    Do you just bbq the meet and take it off between two slices of bread?
    If so where do things go wrong?

    Good friend you got there.

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    Here's a link to a previous discussion we had here on the forum about them.

    Basically meat on a stick roasted over open fire, slapped onto some bread!

    Simple, but good. Well, I liked the ones I made before, but it will be interesting to compare what I made to the real deal!

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    Well, being a celiac (gluten intolerant)---When you say bread, I am dead.

    Everybody else---Enjoy,

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    That must be a very regional dish. I've never heard of spiedies. When I first read the OP, I thought it had something to do with spiders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Henderson View Post
    That must be a very regional dish. I've never heard of spiedies. When I first read the OP, I thought it had something to do with spiders.

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    Very regional...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Henderson View Post
    That must be a very regional dish. I've never heard of spiedies. When I first read the OP, I thought it had something to do with spiders.

    Mike
    Spiders on a stick Yummmm!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Mooney View Post
    Spiders on a stick Yummmm!!
    With cheese!!!!

    Never heard of'um either.

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    So what are they really; Rocky Mt oysters ?
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