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GreenBus
Sat Jun 11 2016, 08:45PM

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Spiedies are an upstate NY thing, if you are ever in the Binghamton NY area try and find a Spiedie rib pit, and try an authentic spiedie sandwich.
However if you have a Kroger market or Ingels market near you, you can now buy spiedie marinade.
pick up your favorite bone less meat, we prefer Chicken, but some prefer beef, pork, or even speed beef (venison)
cut into bite size cubes, place meat cubes, and sauce in a ziplock, let marinade for at least 24 hours in the fridge, skewer, cook on the grill, then serve on Italian bread with cheese, in our house we add mayo.
If you do not have a grocer in your area that offers the sauce, Lowery's has a lemon pepper sauce that will get you there, but its just not the same!
http://www.meatwave.com/blog/grilled-chicken-spiedies-recipe



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Sun Jun 12 2016, 05:39AM


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I used to buy this stuff in Allentown, PA and take it with me back to Ontario (when I lived there). The 'hood would flock to my deck when I made my kabobs that were marinated in Spiedie

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