I've never been to Philadelphia. That means I've never had an authentic Philly Cheesesteak. I have ordered them in restaurants and every time I do, I seem to get a different variation. I made this recipe up with stuff we had around the house, and although it is probably not the best of the best of the best, it was tasty, well-received, and extremely easy.
--1 pound sliced tri-tip
--1/2 sliced onion
--1 red, green, yellow or orange bell pepper
--1/4 cup of white wine
--1 T Worcestershire sauce (not pictured)
--dump sliced meat into stoneware
--put sliced pepper and onion in too
--add white wine and worcestershire sauce
cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours or high for 4-6.
I added the Worcestershire sauce 2 hours into cooking time because I thought the meat looked grey instead of brown. I feel like meat should be brown. It gave a nice flavor, but might be even tastier with more added.
Spoon meat onto sliced french rolls or other favorite bread-item. Bake at 400 degrees for 12-15 minutes, or until cheese is nice and melty. Adam and I chose pepper jack for our cheese and the kids chose cheddar.
Since we're gluten free, I made our own rolls using a bread mix from Whole Foods. The bread was delicious--I'd definitely recommend it to those with gluten allergies.