First I put the meat in the freezer for an hour because that way it would be easier to slice. I learned that part the hard way. I sliced it real thin.
Then I put these two marinades on I got from the local Japanese grocery store.
That one on the right I just guessed was BBQ sauce because it was near all the other sauces and because the label was awesome even though it was all in Japanese. And it had a goddamned picture of a grill on the front. But it was expensive, like 5 bucks for that little 6 oz bottle.
I marinaded the thin slices in that stuff in two separate ziplocks for about an hour. Then I went over to Joel's house to watch Monday Night Football. I talked him into taking the Raiders over the Chargers which was awesome for me since the Raiders are awful and doomed to suck for eternity and promptly lost. KA-CHING!
All I did for the grill was take a regular charcoal chimney starter thing and fill it up with coals and 20 minutes later its hot as crap. Put a little trivet on there and you got yourself a nice impromptu yakitori grill. Or what I imagine a yakitori grill looks like since I've never been to Japan. But this is what I hear they look like.
With the meat sliced so thin and the heat so high, they only take a couple minutes and they are practically burnt to a crisp. I like it done well, but most people will probably like it a little rarer. Those people are morons who don't mind little aliens living inside them. Me? I'm more for the cooked meats.
While that was going over the fire we sauteed some peppers and onions to get some Philly into this sandwich already.
And then chopped up the meat real good like.
Then melt some slices of good old American cheese on there in the broiler and its fucking sandwich time!
And, a close-up.