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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

MMM - June 30th, 2009

Good morning all. Beacon Girl again with the Monday Morning Messages. Except it isn't Monday. A day late and a dollar short, as the saying goes. Sorry. Commander Grey has already deducted the offense from my paycheck.

BLOG FORMAT: Would like to point out the addition of a playlist, located on the top of the right sidebar. Autoplay has been turned OFF at the request of more than one Legion Author. However, there is a "play" button and you can listen to the songs at your leisure. The original Spiderman (from the cartoon) theme is there, as well as Batman, Green Hornet, and the opening to the old Superman radio and television series. Included is a Wierd Al Yankovich version of Spiderman, set to Billy Joel's, Piano Man.

HERO FOOD: Hilda Meahr, our Legion Cook, has offered to list some recipes. Commander Grey has consented. So, here is the first entry - for anyone who can stomach it.

HILDA's RECIPES: I will begin with a sandwich. This sandwich happens to be a favorite of Green Archer, and I make it for him whenever he's here. I called it, The Peanut Butter and Hamburger Slice Sandwich. I gave it this name because it's made up of - peanut butter and hamburger slices on bread. Take two slices of bread. (Green Archer likes wheat bread.) Cover one side of each slice with a slightly better than healthy portion of peanut butter. (Green Archer has a preference for Peter Pan. Peter Pan prefers Wendy.) On one slice of bread, position several hamburger slices, covering as much of the bread as possible. Place other slice of bread on top of first so that peanut butter faces the hamburger slices. Eat with beverage of choice.


writtenwyrdd said...

Oh now that sandwich is just nasty.

My dad used to eat peanut butter and raisins, which was odd. And then there's the old pb&mayo sandwich (double yuck!) or the egg & catsup sandwich (weird, but no worse than catsup on hot dogs, really.)

fairyhedgehog said...

Is that the pickle from hamburgers? I don't see any meat.

I really don't fancy that.

Bevie said...

I actually eat these sandwiches. Have since I was a teenager. And when the pickle slices are gone I drink the leftover juice.

It doesn't make me a hero, but it fills my belly.

Peanut butter and raisins do not sound good to me. And peanut butter and mayo sounds revolting. I am not adverse to putting ketchup on eggs, but I don't put it on bread. Well, toast, maybe.

If you've got any "odd" sort of sandwich, or meal, you'd like to contribute, email the Beacon Girl and she'll post it on one of the MMMs.