I really was born in a trailer park down here, but I think this delicacy cuts across class and region ~ If it doesn't? That just means that Anthony BoredBrain really is a dick (Yes, it's true. He is a dick).
OK, that doesn't make much sense, but try this for mouth feel ~ A fried baloney and grilled cheese sandwich. Seriously, peeps, it's simple, cheap and [insert Homeresque Drool] earns serious cred if you're in a white trash mood.
Yes, there are rules. It has to be on cheap white bread with Merican cheese [shout out to Bill Murray ala Stripes], and the baloney has to be fried up before it becomes a part of the sandwich that simmers and entices . . .
OK, so I guess I enjoyed this one way too much.
Anybody beat that with a better sandwich? I'm not gonna be real regional about this. Good is just good. [UnLadyLike MacBabe belch ]
Edited by Lea (10/05/1307:14 PM)
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
Any color bell pepper, and an equal amount of onion, coarsely chopped, fried in a bit of olive oil, salt and pepper to taste, then pour 2 scrambled eggs over it and continue frying until it "sets", then slide it out onto a platter, and divide into sandwiches..
whatever bread you have on hand will do but of course Italian bread is the best.
I am not that much of a foodie, but I had to smile when I saw this line to open it up. I am glad you don't shy away from such a statement. I was not born in a trailer park, but background-wise I might as well have been, and that's okay. We are more than where we came from, much more. And those places are more than they are labelled to be.
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