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September 2010
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Missing Left Sock Beast [userpic]
Sort of an anti-foodie post

I'm amusing myself, because I can't decide how people are going to react to what I had for dinner. Therefore, I must post about it and find out.

Penne Pasta
Co-Jack Cheese
Jack Daniels Barbeque Sauce (Until I finally get around to making my own BBQ sauce? I'm buying this stuff. Yum.)
Turkey Hot Dogs.

Boil the pasta. Slice the hot dogs and toss them in about 1 minute before the pasta will finish. Drain, put cheese and bbq sauce in the bottom of the cooking pan. Dump pasta and weiners back in on the cheese and bbq sauce. Let sit a couple of minutes (to give the cheese time to melt), stir until well-mixed. Probably would go well with a green salad, but I'm out of spinach.

I don't see why you couldn't use turkey sausage if that's your preference.

The barbeque sauce gives everything a nice, smoky-sweet flavor. I think that the next time I do something like this, I'll be adding crumbles of crunchy bacon, because the hot dogs alone aren't quite enough salt to blend perfectly with the sauce. The cheese flavor is there, sort of as an afterthought, and the pasta ties it all together nicely.

No, I didn't take a photo. It's not that kind of meal.


Let's see.....you have your carbs, your fat, your sugar and your questionable turkey parts.

Sounds like the four basic food groups to me.

Really, its no stranger than your scary monte cristos.