Philly Cheesesteak Pizza with Creamy Garlic Sauce

What's for Dinner Moms?

You know I love making some of our favorite dishes into new items. This is one of those dishes. Philly Cheesesteaks are delicious! I have made them into Philly Cheesesteak Pasta Bake (click for link to recipe), Slow Cooker Ground Beef Philly Cheesesteaks (click for link to recipe), and Philly Cheesesteak Sloppy Joes (click for link to recipe). Now Philly Cheesesteak Pizza!

Verdict:

When I say garlic sauce I mean GARLIC sauce. This is chock full of garlic. If you don’t care for as much garlic cut it in half taste and adjust spices as necessary.

My family loved the pizza. My daughter loved the crust, sauce and cheese. She was not a fan of the onions. Imagine that.

Serve the pizza with a side salad to complete the meal.

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The Friday Reminder and Prompt for #SoCS June 17/17

Linda G. Hill

Friday is here, and that means it’s time for your Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt. It’s been an exhausting week. My mother had a fall that’s bad enough to put her in the hospital for a couple of months. I thought about postponing the release of my book, but are things going to get better? Likely not. Onwards and upwards. In the meantime, here’s your prompt for this week:

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “sign.” Use it any way you’d like. Enjoy!

After you’ve written your Saturday post tomorrow, please link it here at this week’s prompt page and check to make sure it’s here in the comments so others can find it and see your awesome Stream of Consciousness post. Anyone can join in!

To make your post more visible, use our SoCS badge! Just paste it in your Saturday post so people browsing the…

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Day 315-Flash Fiction Friday-A Child’s View

Kimmy's Patio

Cindy Lou woke up, climbed out of bed and after donning a romper, tip-toed out the front door, reveling in the feeling of the soft, cool grass on her bare feet. She had no cares about what might be in the grass, she was just a little kid. Flies and bugs didn’t bother her as she cartwheeled her way across the lawn. Mommy would be out here soon enough, bothering her to put her mosquito spray on, lest she got bites that swelled the size of fifty cent pieces.

Her dream, at the ripe old age of six, was to be in the Olympics as a famous gymnast. Mommy had enrolled her in a summer program where she and her big brother would get to go tumble and jump their days away while Mommy worked at the store. It was so cool, they got to have snacks when they took…

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A Good Start

jill millward artwork

IMG_1708.JPGI’ve decided that I need to slow down a little with my plein air paintings.  I feel so rushed to produce a whole painting start to finish in one session, it’s a little overwhelming and I think my paintings look rushed.  So I’m going to try to go back to the same location several times and allow the painting to progress more slowly, and try to develop some of the elements more.  Here’s the start for today’s painting.  I feel like this approach will take the pressure off some.

And I’m trying out a red underpainting.

I run by this tree every time I run down to the greenbelt. 🏃🏃🏃🏃

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Three Line Tales, Week 72

Only 100 Words

Welcome to Week 72 of Three Line Tales.

photo by Joel Filipe via Unsplash

You’ll find full guidelines on the TLT page – here’s the tl;dr:

  • Write three lines inspired by the photo prompt (& give them a title if possible).
  • Link back to this post (& check the link shows up under the weekly post).
  • Tag your post with 3LineTales (so everyone can find you in the Reader).
  • Read and comment on other TLT participants’ lines.
  • Have fun.

Happy three-lining!

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