Growing up as a child, steak of any kind was NOT something my family was familiar with. I asked her how she fixed the steak, and a verbal account was enough for me to begin to add this to our diet, especially when we had company. She pounded her steak, dusted it with egg, then with flour and herbs, and fried it.
We began to invite new people from church, over for Sunday dinner and I would serve this round steak with mashed potatoes, green beans and some French bread. If we had unexpected company, I would dice the steak into small slices and smother it with gravy.
Back to my friend who invited us to dinner. Her desert was so amazing that I eagerly requested a copy of her recipe for her Cheese Pie Royal.
I was use to apple, berry, and peach pies, and even cream pies, such as lemon, and banana cream, but never a cheese pie. This recipe was added to my favorites, and through the years it would appear for special occasions.
Bake 5 minutes at 400 degrees. Cool and refrigerate.