Fried ham, fried ham
Cheese and baloney
And after the macaroni
We'll have onions
Pickles and pretzels
And then we'll have some more
Where did it come from? Anyone know? Was it a camp song? Was it on the radio? Was it part of the musical Oliver? I don't know. But it keeps popping up in my head lately, and I think I know why.
We're cooking every meal at home, right? And we're looking for easy meals. After a while, the simplest option is the best. So... here's our brunch today:
Looks good to me, how about you?
So I thought I would share a very simple yet yummy idea for a meal, in case you are running out of ideas.
#1 - Some day ahead of time, bake a bunch of potatoes. Bake more than you will need for your immediate meal, and save some in the fridge.
#2 - Dice some onion and green pepper and saute them a little while (1 min?) in a pan with oil.
#3 - Cut up a baked potato or two (peeling is optional) and add to the pan with onions & peppers.
#4 - Dice some fully cooked ham and add to the pan. Stir and cook until hot.
#5 - Eat and enjoy!
That is it, ladies and gentlemen! I commend this meal to you as nutritious, simple and delicious.
This song is all the poetry I can come up with under the circumstances... the circumstances being that my hubby's computer is going on the fritz, he hasn't fully decided on a new one yet, so we're sharing. Heh heh. More togetherness fun.
All that aside, it is Poetry Friday. Find the round-up at Molly Hogan's Nix the Comfort Zone. She has a post that will make your mouth water and bring a smile to boot. Thanks for hosting, Molly.