Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Fried Bologna & Cheese Sammy

2 pieces of favorite bread
2Tbs butter
2 slices favorite cheese
1 thick slice (or 2/3 thin) of bologna (we like turkey bologna here)

In a preheated pan fry up the bologna to your liking. If you use the thin put a little slice in the middle so that it doesn't bubble up too much. Take out of pan and put on plate, cover with foil or another plate. Butter the bread as if making a grilled cheese sandwich. Place butter side down in pan. Put 1 slice of cheese on bread, then bologna, then cheese, and finally the other piece of bread butter side up. Fry up like a grilled cheese.

Plate and eat. Sometimes I'll squirt a little mustard on the bologna before the cheese. This is also an excellent sammy to put in a Panini press (I sure wish I had one). Enjoy!

Sunday, November 05, 2006

Yummy Chicken

I love this recipe. It so simple and probaply on the back of a can somewhere, but hey, it tastes yummers, the boys devour it, and the leftovers are pretty good. My girlfriend also puts rice on the bottom, or egg noodles, and lets them bake with the dish. I also throw in different kinds of veggies as well to mix it up a bit.

Chicken and Vegetables

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Use 4 pounds of chicken breasts or thighs. (Bone in and skin on)

Wash chicken and salt good on both sides. Place in large baking dish. One size larger than 9" X 13".
Cover with potatoes whole small or 1/2 medium, carrots whole small or 1/2 large and quartered onions 2-3.

Spoon Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup over chicken pieces, cover and bake 1 1/2 - 2 hours. It's done when the gravy is bubbling and the soup has mostly cooked off the chicken and veggies are tender. You can really smell the aroma the last 1/2 hour.

With a fork you can peel the skin off in one piece and remove the meat from the bone easily for platting.

Prep time 10-15 minutes.

You can use bone in roast or 7 bone roast. It just needs to be a fatty flat roast. What ever is on sale. For the chicken it has to be bone in and skin on or it's really not very good.

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