Life's too short to eat bad food - Me

Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic - Arthur C. Clarke

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

A Meal To Remember


How do you finish off a weekend filled with such diverse culinary delights as we enjoyed this past weekend? I pondered blini and paddlefish "caviar", foie gras, or sashimi grade tuna as possibilities, but considering the discerning nature of my well-trained palate, there really was only one choice - Tater Tot Casserole.

My personal recipe includes the following:

2 pounds lean ground beef
1 medium onion, diced
16 ounces frozen mixed vegetables, cooked according to package directions
10 3/4 ounces golden mushroom soup
10 3/4 ounces cream of celery soup
1 pound frozen tater tots, divided

Time Saving Tip: Use bags of frozen vegetables that can be microwaved in their own container.


Between the canned shelf-stable items, and those that live in the freezer, you would think that this is the easiest a recipe can get. Wrong. Now that you can buy fully cooked burgers to crumble in, and the local super market chops the onions, this is a breeze! Combine that with a frontal lobotomy and even you can cook like Sandra Lee or Ray-Ray!

We paired this with a vintage Grape Nehi even your Company Clerk will love!

Bon Appitit!

























And APRIL FOOLS!!!!!!!

4 comments:

Bob del Grosso said...

That's not funny. It's f--king sickening. A pox on you and your infernal sense of humor.

ntsc said...

Lemon-Lime Nehi is better than grape.

I just figured the rest of the post was early onset dementia

mike said...

Come on after a hard day at the sushi bar I like my casserole with jimmy dean's pre browned sausage . If I make it on Sunday I can heat it in the microwave late at night and reheat it all week long!

Scotty said...

No comments on the Company Clerk line. Radar and his bear are sad, but then I played Ho Jon the houseboy when we did MASH in High School.





Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
- Arthur C. Clarke

Life's too short to eat bad food -
Me