My mother is a great cook - and one who could make the most of leftover anything.
Heat some olive oil to medium heat in a large pot - whatever you can make stew in.
Chunk up the potatoes and add them in. DO NOT STIR. The potatoes will loosen from the pan in a few minutes and in the meantime, they will develop a browned, carmel-y crust, Yum.
See? So much flavor.
After the potatoes are browned a bit, add in the chunked up onion and bell pepper. Don't cut them up all fancy - 1 inch chunks are ok. Add some garlic, too, if you like, We like.
Add the ketchup to the steak sauce then add enough water to make about 2 cups. Season it up. I used my seasoning blend. Season it up however you like - I recall hers being a little different each time.
Ooohhhh...it's looking pretty good. You don't have to stir this a lot.
You want the browned edges.
Add in the meat on the top,
Pour in the sauce, lower the heat, and simmer while you make rolls.
I forgot to mention about the rolls - buttered bread is what my mother always served,
but hot rolls cannot be beat.
Stir and serve, with a smile and a glass of sweet tea.
And forget about getting a picture of a plate of it with hungry people stampeding all around you...