It's been another great week of baseball and soccer games. I love watching their games and I would choose to watch my teenage athletes perform over a professional athlete - any day. It's so much fun to watch them in a sport that they really love. It's too bad that somewhere along the way, some professional athletes lose sight of the love of the game.
I packed Philly Cheesesteaks for dinner to eat at the ballpark one night. They are easier to make than you might think and they are delicious.
1 pound top rounds steak (or flank steak)
5 slices provolone
1 onion, chopped
4 sub rolls
2 teaspoons oil
Combine onion, 1 t. oil and 1/4 t. salt in nonstick skillet. Cover and cook 8 min.
Uncover, increase heat to medium high and add 1 t. oil, meat, 1/4 t. salt and 1/8 t. pepper. Cook meat through. Reduce heat and place cheese over meat. Cook until melted.
Ok, so Philly Cheesesteaks may not be as widely accepted at ballparks and hot dogs, but they were a delicious dinner to eat while we cheered on our favorite team.
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