Here is another of those foods I grew up with coming from a 7 kid family. Budget being the main decider when shopping mum would make the most of the shopping money by buying cheaper cuts of meat (usually the tastier parts) and treating them right to make great meals. Veiner Schnitzel was relatively cheap and fed many so Beef Olives were a regular feature on the home menu. These ones were made with the leftover beef from a Topside Roast the day before. I Sliced it thin and beat it out a little and filled it with fresh cherry tomato, colby cheese, basil and S&P. Roll it up, skewer with tooth pics and lightly pan fry. I had it with mushy peas, mashed potato and honeyed carrot.