"Steve Freides" <[email protected]> wrote in message
> What dinner do you wish you had more often?
> For me, it was last night's "chef's salad" which here doesn't not include
> the hard-boiled eggs I see in most recipes. Mine was green leaf lettuce,
> red onion, and red peppers, plus diced ham, salami, and provolone cheese,
> and topped with red wine vinegar, olive oil, and fresh ground black
> Always a delightful meal to have - everything I like, nothing I don't, and
> a fine way to get your veggies. It always _seems_ like it's going to be a
> pain in the arse to make, but when you consider the fact that you don't
> have to cook anything (the salami, ham, and provolone were all in the
> 'frig), it really just takes 5-10 minutes to prepare.
> Down sides? Well, it's not hot if you like a hot dinner, but as the
> weather gets warmer here, this seems more and more a good dinner. Bake up
> some dinner rolls to go along with it if you like.
Mrs. likes lamb chops with bernaise sauce and grilled duck. I like standing