Saturday, February 27, 2016

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Saturday, February 27, 2016

What the Beck???

Recipe Review

Today’s Recipe and Location: Pawhuska Cheesesteaks
Found in: The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Dinnertime
Pages: 269 - 271   Copyright:  2015 Harper Collins

I figured out that there are 925 calories,  if 6 servings are made. (Please note that the calorie counts vary depending on the specific brands of ingredients that you choose to use.)

These cheesesteaks had so much wonderful flavor, that I really wanted them to last all night.  The peppers and onions smothered in the spicy cheese made a wonderful dinner. You would think it came directly from Philadelphia, not that I have ever had one in that location.  Another huge success, Ree.

Here are the ingredients that I used to create this dish

First I sauteed the peppers and onions

 I warmed up the cheese, milk, and spices until combined

 Toasting the bread is a must on a cheesesteak

 I added so much meat and cheese sauce that 
you can't even see the bottom bun!

 Whoa baby!  Now add the onions and beautiful peppers,
and don't be ashamed if you start to drool!

Lions, and tigers, and bears, OH MY!
Now that is a cheesesteak to die for!

Bucket List Update
Academy Award Nominated Movies

1931         Cimarron
             starring: Richard Dix, Irene Dunne, Estelle Taylor,                                 Nance O’Neil
             plot – This movie shows the settling of Oklahoma. It                          was a story of violence as people struggled to                            build a home in the west. This one won the                              Academy Award!
             This was a good movie!

1933         She Done Him Wrong
             starring: Mae West, Cary Grant, Owen Moore, Gilbert                             Roland.
              plot – Grant plays a missionary in the Bowery.                   He was really an undercover cop. It                            was a story about counterfeiting.
             I liked this movie a lot. Cary Grant played a different                     character than I expected.

1936         The Story of Louis Pasteur
             starring: Paul Muni, Josephine Hutchinson, Anita Louise,                           and Donald Woods
             plot – Pasteur, a chemist, shared radical ideas for the                           times. His ideas were accurate, even though                               doctors fought him. He had success at curing                             rabies, creating an anthrax vaccine, and the                               importance of sterilizing instruments. This                               man's work revolutionized medicine.
             This was a great movie. I learned so much about how                    Pasteur made his discoveries. He was so tenacious and                  brilliant and his work is still valuable today!

1937         The Life of Emile Zola
               starring: Paul Muni, Joseph Schildkraut
              plot – Set in Paris in 1862, this was a based in truth                            story of the life of author Emile Zola who wrote                          about a military cover-up.  A man was                                    innocent, but convicted of treason. 
              This was a frustrating movie.  People did not “do the                     right thing.”  How could they live with themselves                       when someone was rotting away in prison, because                       they couldn’t take responsibility for their mistakes?

1937         The Awful Truth
               starring: Cary Grant, Irene Dunne
              plot – Grant and Dunne were a couple who argued                              constantly until they finally filed divorce                                papers. They did reunite before the divorce                              became official.

                This was a very predicable movie, yet the stars were                      great actors and made it fun to watch.

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