Only one more day until I leave for Wisconsin. Not permanently mind you, but an extended stay for me none-the-less. I just finished packing and I thought I’d write a quick ditty to you before I disappear. I do have access to the internet out there but my mom seems very offended whenever I log on. So this may be farewell for a couple of weeks!
As always, I look forward to seeing my family and friends while I am out there. However, this visit is not entirely for leisure. My mom is updating her condo and needs an extra pair of hands. She is putting me to work out there! How dare she. I am unemployed and have better things to do, like watch tv and sit on my butt all day. Honestly…
Anywho, you’re probably asking me what Wisconsin has to do with this steak sandwich. Not much, unless you relate steak to Wisconsin cows… and the blue cheese to … well, Wisconsin cheese. Then yes, Wisconsin and this sandwich has everything to do with one another!
I was inspired to make this sandwich when I came across Pioneer Woman’s Blue-Cheese Sauce recipe. I really wanted to incorporate some greens on my plate too so we settled on making a steak sandwich instead of her original recipe which was steak and sauce. Boy am I glad we did it this way! The sauce and steak are very heavy, so the peppery arugula really was a nice, lighter accompaniment. A fantastic combination.
I will definitely make this sauce again with future steak recipes. It’s sinful and delightful and everything your mother warned you about (i.e. it’s really frickin’ good).