This is the stuff magic is made of!
I took apart a store-bought rotisserie chicken, sliced tomatoes, a cucumber, and cheese and separated lettuce leaves a bit earlier in the afternoon to prepare. The bacon was cooked at breakfast time. The Big Kid was in charge of the toast. I assembled the clubhouse sandwiches (I really wanted to link to more exciting information about clubhouse sandwiches than Wikipedia, but it was all I found.).
Assembled clubhouse sandwich.The oven wedges are so good! My whole family likes them. I'm sorry I have to admit I like them with real mayo (I use Hellman's brand) in a very French way I learned in Montréal. Ahhh, some habits are hard to break; fries and mayo is one of them.
Plated with wedges. Miam miam!The soup is a Weight Watchers recipe I found a while back (I've never been a member though). It is chock full of vegetables. Tonight, in a rare move, I made just enough soup for supper and no extras. Tomorrow is an Avery's run to stock up on veggies so today I was running low. I put whatever vegetables I have on-hand in this soup. This time, I added a generous dash of Italian seasoning for a change. This soup freezes well and is good packed in lunches on a cold day.
Zero soup.The father was overheard saying "Man, she'd do anything for bacon!" Referring to his "eat this, get bacon" deal he was making with her. Who wouldn't?!
3 slices toast
Miracle Whip or mayonnaise
3 oz cooked, shredded chicken meat
2 slices tomato
2 slices cheddar
slices cooked bacon (slighly crispy)
- toast, mayo, mustard, chicken, toast, mayo, cheese, bacon, tomato, lettuce
Roasted Potato Wedges
from Canandian Living Make it Tonight
makes enough for 4 servings
2 lb potatoes, about 4
2 Tbsp vegetable oil (I use about 1/4 cup)
1 tsp gr cumin
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp salt
- wash and prick potatoes, microwave according to your machines directions. Mine took 12 minutes for all 4 together.
- cut into wedges, toss with oil and spices
- spread on greased sheet in single layer
- 450F for 20 minutes, flip once
This would also be a good place to make some coleslaw.