Thursday, January 22, 2009

The "South Beach" Sandwich


I should be on the South Beach diet, the Atkins Diet, the Zone, the Life Choice, Weight Watchers, the Dr. Phil Diet....the "I feel for ya Oprah" Diet, but I'm not. I'm not dieting yet because I can't even make it to the grocery store let alone nap during the day to make up for the hours I'm awake during the night feeding our daughter. I should be motivated by the fact that Jaime (my BBFF) and my little sister, Crystal are on the South Beach Diet but I'm not, remember I said before that I'm TOO TIRED??!! So, I named this yummy dish the South Beach Sandwich because I'm pretty sure you can't eat it and I dedicate it to the DBFF's Jaime and Crystal.


1-2 lbs of Ribeye, shaved (ask the butcher, he'll do it for free)
sliced mushrooms, I buy the prepackaged sliced shrooms to cut down on prep time
red onion, slided
cheese dip
worcestershire (1/4 cup)
hoagie bread
butter

I buy the ribeye at Albertsons becaues the butcher will shave it for free. I take the meat and pull it apart in smaller peices before adding the worcestershire marinade.

Add the worcestershire sauce and let sit at room temp for 10-15 minutes before cooking.
Throw into a hot pan and cook until all the pink is gone.
(This is what the meat should look like before you add the onions and shrooms).

Move the meat aside and add the onions and shrooms and cook until tender.

Now mix them all together.

I like to toast my bread on a hot pan on the stove with some butter before adding the Cheese Whiz. Pile high the meat mix and enjoy! It's tasty!
-Lots of good eats
Jenifer

6 comments:

My crazy crazy life said...

You gotta be kidding me Jen...how could you torture Crystal and I like this?!

Kevin said...

That s one tasty looking sandwich!

Anonymous said...

ok i agree with Mr. Kevin this Sammy looks tasty. its midnight and i wanna find a all night butcher and make me one of those.........man and i ask my self why are you so fat ...hehehe Jaime show we the way help ....from California.

and_she_makes_four said...

Jaime, I'm sorry for the torture.

Kevin, it really is a tasty sandwich, you will love, you should try.

Anonymous, add the ingredients to your next grocery list!! It's WELL worth it and yields TONS for left-overs.

Lots of love,

Jenifer

Lisa said...

This looks great! I would call it the Philly South Street Sandwich (LOL).

Chef E said...

One Word, OMYGOD!