This is also another one of those "What do I do with all the fajita-seasoned skirt steak I bought on sale" posts.
Back to business.
Put the fajita-seasoned skirt steak into your crock pot on high...If you don't have one a regular one on the stove over medium-high will be fine. This is about half a pound uncooked and it made 3 HUGE sandwiches.
Add in about 2 cloves of chopped garlic.
About 1/3 cup of your choice of BBQ sauce.
About 2 tablespoons or so of Worcestershire sauce. Worcestershire is a word I can not say in real life. True story.
...And top it all off with about 3 or 4 tablespoons of honey. Make sure its the real thing, not that weird "honey-flavoured syrup"...stuff. Add just enough water to where it almost covers the meat, put the lid on, and let it stay like that for about 3 hours or until the meat starts to fall apart. Keep adding enough water so it doesn't dry out or burn, but if it cooks down and gets thick then that's good and will make your life easier later.
Now, here we're missing some pictures because I got impatient. Cut up a large sweet potato. Or more depending on how many people you're feeding. I only made enough for the two of us because if I'd sent them with the Wookie to work with that extra sandwich I don't know how they'd hold up to travel and microwaving since they are rather tender, so, yeah.
De-railed myself again, damnit.
Cut up the potato french-fry style and put it, a little at a time so they all get covered, into a zipper baggy with about 1 tablespoon of olive oil and a sprinkling of salt and rosemary - but be careful on the rosemary, it can get strong fast - then shake it all up so they get coated. Repeat with more potato/oil/spices until you're out of potato, then line them up on a cookie sheet and pop them into the oven. The oven that you should have preheated to 450. You know. Yeah.
So that meat in the crock pot? If that hasn't cooked down to a shredded mess with a thick-consistency sauce, then we're about to fix that. If it did cook down to a shredded mess with a thick-consistency sauce, then you can skip this part and you had more foresight than I did. The potatoes should cook in about 20-25 minutes, so while they are going, add the meat (shredding it the rest of the way with a fork or tongs if necessary - I was on a time crunch) and whatever juice is left to a pot large enough to hold it, put it on your stove over high heat, and keep stirring until whatever juice is left has turned into a thick consistency sauce.
Now we're talkin'. Take that off the heat to cool so the sauce can thicken a bit more, lid on.
When your fries look like that and are soft when you probe them with a fork, then they're done.
Now, for my sandwich, I used the end of a baguette and tore the bread out from the inside so I had a nice, hollow crust. Greedily devour the parts you took out. Yes, this is a required, necessary step.
Stuff it with the beef, serve it with some fries.
The Wookie prefers his on regular bread. I sometimes mourn for his taste buds' lost sense of adventure.
Oh yeah, and dessert was banana pudding...Sugar free, low calorie, low fat with LOTS of banana slices. Mmmm.
The Wookie Wifey