Philly Mac and Cheese
The Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich. What can I possibly say about this glorious treat? It’s a Sandwich…filled with cheese and steak…from Philadelphia. The name is pretty self explanatory so you probably already knew that. But did you know that there is a constant debate raging on about who invented Philadelphia’s signature sandwich and who currently makes it the best?
So what does this have to do with you?
Nothing. Unless you live close to Philly, knowing that has impacted your life in no way, shape or form. Google has informed me that I live 854 miles away from Philly so I guess at this point…knowing about the debate has wasted both of our time. I am sure it is a scrumptious sandwich but I don’t think it warrants a plane ticket. Maybe I’m wrong but I don’t have the funds to find out for myself.
What I do have is this Philly Mac and Cheese; a creamy cheese packed pasta mixed with savory slices of steak, crisp peppers and onions that have been topped with chive toasted panko crumbs.
Why not just a sandwich? Because a Philly Cheesesteak is all about the “cheese” and “steak”. So when eating a Cheesesteak, the goal is to consume as much of both as possible. The way I see it, if you are eating this sandwich then it’s clear that you made a firm decision to not care about your immediate health. With that said, a sandwich can only fit so much filling but with a mac and cheese…
…you have no limit. You are the boss! The head honcho! The…dare I say…BIG CHEESE!
Cheesy jokes aside, this is a recipe worth trying if you are planning to indulge. If you care to try out another cheesy pasta dish then give my Elote Pasta (Mexican Street Corn Fettuccine) a try. Well, until next time guys…BYE!!