You guys know that I am at least a full level of sophistication below everyone else on The F&DB - perhaps not worthy of more than your ridicule. If that is the case, why not just log off and go to the peanut butter in gumbo roux thread quickly before I insult you any more that I already have by deciding to post tonight?
I love Sam's
They have lots of stuff I really like - 40 roll packs of soft Charmin toilet paper (better than the strong variety) and 82 inch Samsung HDTVs. Also 18 pound bags of Basmati rice, 6 head bags of Romaine lettuce and two rack vac packs of baby back pork ribs with 2 pound jars of whole cashew nuts to add to my rice, chicken and brown chinese gravy. They have the chicken, too. The brown chinese gravy is a top secret recipe I learned from a Chinese guy while in a foreign country on a non top secret business trip.
Tonight's dinner (supper? I can't remember what F&DB calls the evening meal) was nice and cooked by the wife (MHNBPF) while I was napping in my recliner to a thrilling MLB game on the flatscreen.
The fish is Sam's Parmesan Crusted Talipia, which is a really tasty fish patty that is nice for a quick meal or a fish sandwich. The baked potato ($2.38 for 10 pounds of Russet spuds at Sam's) is just the right size for an old guy who can easily eat more calories of potato than he needs if not very careful and most of the salad came from Sam's (Romaine lettuce, walnuts, oranges, celery, strawberries, and probably other healthy Sam's stuff I forget).
The wife's citrus vinigrette:
1/4 cup fresh squeezed orange juice, 2 Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar, two Tablespoons olive oil, salt, black pepper, 2/3rds of a pinch of sugar, 1 Tablespoon honey and 1 1/2 tsp creole mustard (Zataran's). Whisk together like you mean it and enjoy.
For those who don't know, this is how the common man lives!
This post was edited on 9/9 at 12:44 pm