Slow Food Lunch

>> Saturday, August 2, 2008

Where slow=lazy subtract uncooked rice and add hot dog bun.

1. leftover chicken curry on a hot dog bun
2. cherries
3. potato salad
4. tiny bean filled cake

I have to admit this made for a suprisingly tasty sandwich. Good enough to repeat on purpose, though my first choice for bread probably wouldn't be an Aunt Hattie's potato bun.


Jenn August 3, 2008 at 4:21 AM  

So laziness is the mother of invention instead of necessity. I sort of always suspected that. It happens ALOT in my house. LOL!

Mimi August 3, 2008 at 5:07 AM  

You know what though, it works. It's so very summer. Yum!

Yvo August 4, 2008 at 9:08 AM  

I have to ask - and it always surprises me when people ask me, but - is that enough food for you? Are you 5' and 100 lbs. or something? There is no way that's enough food! Hahaha

Desi Mommy August 7, 2008 at 12:19 PM  

I am a big fan of putting Indian food on hamburger or hot dog buns. One of my favorites is ghugni (also called chhole - chick pea curry) on a whole wheat hamburger bun. My mom thinks that's weird. I just think it's good. I also like that on a whole wheat pita - stuff stays contained.

Please explain to me how that is any different than serving it with roti or any other flatbread alongside. When I point this out my mom just shakes her head and says, "Well, that's just not how it's done, but if that's how YOU like it, well..." I guess she's a purist that way. Oh well. Looks yummy.

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