Lew’s Dictionary: Steakin

March 25, 2015 § Leave a comment

Steakin – [stey kuh n] (noun) Something very, very delicious. Some people eat steakin with lettuce and tomato but Eldyn would rather eat it all on its own. 

I got the coveted request to make BLTs…errr, SLT’s more often for dinner. From both brothers actually. Any mom will tell you that this is not easy to do and often requires cheating with bacon. Unfortunately, they were still dissatisfied with my overall submission as I had prepared a meager two slices of bacon per person.  After they polished off their slices, they were still hungry. I offered up the usual. Apples? Pears? Yogurt? The remaining BLT ingredients still on your plate?

“No! I Want.More.Steakin!”




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