What to Eat?  

rm_unlistedone 65M
3832 posts
10/14/2005 9:50 am

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What to Eat?

I thought I would be a good guy today, since it's my day off, and clean the house, and fix the evening meal. (We guys aren't totally lazy and couch potatoes! And we don't always go to the country club for a round of golf when we have free time on our hands! Well, not all the time, anyway.)
Cleaning wasn't too bad. Washing, drying the clothes... a snap.
Now for the evening meal. Now understand, I can cook. Just like "Keithcancook", us guys down here in Carolina do know more than just how to throw a burger or a steak on the grill. I've watched some of those shows on the learning channel.
But down here, a lot of food is rather plain. It's a meat and potato's world down here. That, an ear of corn, a salad, and you're good to go! Gravy and biscuits work. And Iced tea!
No calories or anything bad for you there!!!
It's just plain ol' good eatin'.
However, it just won't cut it this time. This time, I want to do something a little different.
And I've had different in the past. Squid down on the pier in Athens. A great shark, scallop, and squid casserole in Crete. And alas, "dog" in Turkey. (I didn't know it at the time, okay? But it did taste good.)
This time, I don't want to go quite that exotic. I would be happy to be more on the tame side of Lassie.
Got any ideas?
What's your favorite easy meal?
(If I told you what I was having for lunch, it might alter you meal plan for me, so you don't get to know. Good thing too. It might upset your stomach, like it is mine!)

online69n 51F

10/15/2005 9:00 pm

I cannot believe that NOONE didn't reply to this post,
this is a easy one!

chicken cordon blue (lisafere's way)
preheat the oven...
clean the number of ckicken breast that you desire
(leftovers are great for sandwhiches)
wrap your favorite cheese around the breast
(mine is swiss for this)
then wrap your favorite ham on top of the cheese
(I prefer the honey baked)
dip it in egg
(scrambled but not cooked!)
then roll it in bread crumbs
(I prefer the Italian seasoned ones)

Then I bake @ 350 degrees for 30 minutes,
check it and bake another 15 minutes---
cut the biggest piece in half
to make sure it is white all the way through!
I use a disposible pan.

serve with mash potatoes,corn, green beans and rolls
(I don't eat sauce on mine but you can get the packets
to make the hollindaise sauce)

my neice will hardly eat anything but she'll eat alot of
my "chicken cordon blue"

rm_unlistedone 65M
2718 posts
10/17/2005 7:18 pm

Thanks for the help, online. I've done this one before. (Used the sauce though, they like it.) It is a very dish to prepare. Come back around anytime. Unlisted

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