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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

things I use to think with


Once you fall behind on anything its incredibly hard to catch back up and I hate to fall behind but I have fallen behind. I have a few ingredients sitting around that I need to whip, whiz and shebang into something cool and interesting but my brain is not whipping, whizzing or shebanging. What to do in a situation like this? Eat!



A little thin sliced roast beef, some onion and a little cheddar in a skillet and heat till it looks like you like it - blast it with some hot sauce if you want, why not there arent any rules!



Who cares if you dont have the right kind of bread, a toasted english muffin is just as good as the next bun. This didnt do a thing for my creativity but it sure did smooth out my lunch break, now back to hitting the books and banging my head against the cutting board hoping something worthwhile pops out. Cheesesteak my way!

24 comments:

The Blonde Duck said...

Yum!

TavoLini said...

I'll second Blonde Duck on that ;)

It's been one of those 'clean out the cabinets' weeks over here, too.

5 Star Foodie said...

Yep, sounds good to me too!

Jenn said...

I just recently finished cleaning out my cabinets and fridge and restocked with some fresh produce. It's a nice change to look at.

A Year on the Grill said...

I'd eat it right now

Sippity Sup said...

An English muffin is BETTER than any ole bun! So is your ingenuity, so sez this English bun... GREG

Micky-T said...

Man, you got some big onions. I love the flavor but the texture of them that big almost makes me gag.
I could NEVER eat that with those monster onions in it but no doubt, after I slipped them out, it would be some tasty.

George Gaston said...

Whiz bang wow! I think you are way ahead with this delicious looking dish. Can't wait to see what is next...

Bina said...

That looks so freaking good!!! Now THIS is something I would eat!

♥peachkins♥ said...

this sadwich looks awesome!

buffalodick said...

I think all the foodicts are doing mop up this week! I did!

The Diva on a Diet said...

The instructions "heat it till it looks like you like it" should be part of every recipe. Good stuff!

Angie's Recipes said...

EAT. That's a wise decision.

Tipper said...

Looks good to me!

My Carolina Kitchen said...

I would have lunch with you any day if you would fix that sandwich. Very creative.
Sam

Cynthia said...

This is is best kind of food preparation, it always turns out to be a winner and I bet, if we deliberately set out to make these, the taste would not be the same... maybe because we would fuss too much about getting it perfect.

teresa said...

i think i could think up some pretty amazing things eating a sandwich like this!

Tangled Noodle said...

This is fuel for the brain and I'm running on empty. Fill 'er up, please!

Lea Ann said...

hmmmmm You may have just given me an idea for a new member of the Benedict family.

Looks delicious

Michelle Ann said...

Anything with fried/sauteed onions is great in my book...yum!

doggybloggy said...

how should I answer thee, let me count the ways...

too all the "cleaning out the fridge and cabinets people" There is a time and a place for everything.

to all the "eat it now and those are big onions people" I see where you are coming from

to the ones that like my muffin: thanks

to the ones that were trying to figure out the recipe - IT IS ROCKET SCIENCE - and dont you forget it!

If there any I missed stay tuned you are probably part of a different group...

Cate O'Malley said...

Oh man, that looks so good right about now - delish!

Stacey Snacks said...

You always make the best of your ingredients, including my favorite Thomas' English Muffins.
Great looking lunch!

Creative Mish said...

I want one of these for breakfast tomorrow!

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