Wednesday, January 08, 2014

how to eat an awesome lunch

i know you want to know how to have an awesome lunch like mine. you want this information even if you are unaware of it.

first you may wish to spend your morning outside at six degrees below zero with a -30 windchill and then come home toasty for a little sumthin.

this first part is optional, but it will increase your enjoyment of what follows:

toast an english muffin. any bread thingy will do, but i like an english muffin. while your english muffin is in the toaster, heat up a wad of those caramelized onions you have leftover in the fridge. go on, use a lot of them.

then when the toast is up, spread it very, very liberally with the boursin you happen to have in the fridge because your mom went overboard with cheeses at christmas.

put the onions on top of that.


do not look up from your plate until thirty seconds after the food is gone. lick the plate and your fingers. if you dropped any on the sofa, lick the sofa.

then when you are absolutely finished, scarf down a half dozen oreos.


Margaret (Peggy or Peg too) said...

oh yummy!!!
Bousin should be part of a 12 step program. I used it for so many things. Now with all the flavors oh my!

Hundewanderer said...

Sounds yummy. Trouble is, it's 70 degrees in Arizona, so I'm glad you left that cold weather part as optional.

flask said...

hundewanderer, have we met? welcome!

i am so glad i am not in arizona! i generally do not approve of outdoor temperatures in excess of 68 degrees.

when i hear the weather reports from fairbanks i am jealous that i do not live somewhere like that. i could not stand the winter darkness nor the summer light, but by golly the weather i like.

cookie said...

"if you dropped any on the sofa, lick the sofa." lol.

Hundewanderer said...

I think I said "hi" once. I came here via your pictures and video of the CCC stonework posted on TYWKIWDBI.

flask said...


well, brain damage girl doesn't necessarily remember.

that's my superhero name.

and forgetfulness is my superpower.


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