Go Clydesdales!!!! And....Steak Fajitas
Today is the Super Bowl......and I'm cheering for the Clydesdales! :)
I used to be a hardcore football fan, but for the past 15 years I honestly could care less about it. I'm just not a sports fan.....well, I'm not a fan of those kinds of sports (football, basketball, hockey, baseball)....I'm a fan of any sport that relates to horses......Rodeo, Horse Racing, Dressage, Jumping, Polo......I love it all! So, you can understand when I say I'm cheering for the Clydesdales. I LOVE those commercials.....I think everyone does (if not, you'd better check your humanity)! I've already caught a glimpse of the newest commercial....can't wait to see it debut later today.
We are invited over to my folks' for dinner followed by THE GAME.....will I be watching? Probably not.....until Shane yells at me when the Clydesdales come on. :) I am working on getting our new Cowgirl Swank website ready to launch of Valentine's Day.....so, I'll be uploading pictures and tweaking things some more.
Are we eating anything special? Well, mom is making PW's Peach-Whiskey Barbecue Chicken with masked potatoes, rolls, corn, etc. for Sunday dinner. Yum! I think I'm making Cinnamon Swirl Cake for dessert, but I'm having a hard time deciding for sure if that's what sounds good. I'm also thinking about making Pizza Monkey Bread for our main snack during the game later on.....not for sure on that yet either so I guess I'll see what I decide to do.
A couple of nights ago, I made Steak Fajitas (one of our favorite meals). They are so easy.....so yummy.....and they are great left over. Here's the recipe:
1-2 lbs. of Steak, cut into strips
1 Green Pepper, cut into strips
1 Yellow Pepper, cut into strips
1 Orange Pepper, cut into strips
1 Red Pepper, cut into strips
1 Yellow Onion, cut into strips
1 Purple Onion, cut into strips
Lawry’s Seasoning Salt
All the fixings: Sour Cream, Shredded Cheese, Taco Sauce, Salsa….whatever you like on your fajitas!
Begin browning the meat in a large skillet in a little bit of olive oil. I use Garlic Olive Oil because I like that little extra taste, but it's up to you on that.
Once the meat is about 3/4 of the way cooked, add the vegetables.
Toss frequently and cover with a lid.