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Used the grill again tonight

We had some portobello chicken Aidell's sausages that we needed to use, so just butterflied 'em and popped them on the grill. A little low-fat Miracle Whip, a little pepper, some fresh lettuce, grilled onion, all on a sesame seed bun . . . fast, easy, and good. However, I like D'Artagnan sausages better, I have decided. They seem to be more flavorful.

I can see the grill becoming a regular thing, as we figure out more things to cook on it. Cleanup, again, was incredibly easy.


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Jan. 10th, 2004 07:29 am (UTC)
Miracle Whip?
Please, please, PLEASE tell me you did not just say Miracle Whip . . .

Miracle Whip is the Sunny-D of Mayo!
Jan. 10th, 2004 09:51 am (UTC)
Re: Miracle Whip?
*laughs* I have missed you, WhiteRabbit. *smiles*

I am born of Southern culture, I respect the cult of mayonnaise, and acknowledge its importance in chicken salad and so on. I use The Holy Jar of Hellman's when called for, ;) but it is one of my failings that I prefer Miracle Whip on my sandwiches. It's a lucky failing, though: my husband likes Miracle Whip. We had this, and other important esoteric food likes in common: we both like coconut as well, and you know a lot of folks don't care for coconut. I mean, it wouldn't have prevented me from marrying him if he hadn't, but it was just another one of those little things that we jelled on.

*smiles a slightly-defiant smile, and brandishes a butter knife smeared with Miracle Whip, using the mighty jar lid as a shield*


Jan. 10th, 2004 10:22 pm (UTC)
Re: Miracle Whip?
Ok, Miracle-Whip is *not* southern culture. Now you're just trying to promote the sterotype of southerners as redneck trailer trash, and that's just wrong.

I mean, geeeze! It's not even FOR sandwiches--it's salad dressing. At least, it is according to the label.

But can you ever even imagine putting it on salad? Ewwwww!
Jan. 11th, 2004 06:36 am (UTC)
Re: Miracle Whip?
*giggles* *hangs head in mild shame* I know, I know -- that's why I acknowledged mayonnaise as the Southern Holy Grail in my previous post.

But . . . but . . . we put lettuce, and tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, and other salad items in sandwiches! Why not a little of the dressing, too? :)
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