A SPAGHETTI ADVOCATE (AND MORE)
Monday’s are no longer mundane when you have featured pulled-pork sandwiches, several Baby Gherkins and freshly pick corn-on-the-cob.
Taco Tuesdays turns down the heat, just a tad; add sour cream and a special tangy sauce.
Wednesday’s main meal features pizza: a deep dish full-house (no anchovies, sorry). Don’t forget the cheesy breadsticks.
Thursday’s delectables include the traditional Thanksgiving dinner: Turkey, mashed potatoes, dressing and gravy, green beans seasoned with bacon, and fresh homemade rolls.
Fried Chicken Fridays (or BBQ chicken halves) served with all-you-can-eat fries is always a winner.
Sumptuous Saturdays include spaghetti and meatballs, a rich tomato sauce, garlic squares, and my favorite soft drink.
Of course, Sunday’s main meal would be the crème de la crème: an All-You-Can-Eat Steak with Southern Fixin’s bar awaits.
Now, to those of you simply horrified by my dream meals, please note… I plan to have a monumentally healthy breakfasts and luncheons.
Breakfasts would include yogurt and fruit with a half a slice of toast. (Of course, there might occasionally be a scrambled egg with bacon, or biscuits and sausage gravy,)
While each and every luncheon would host prima donna salads: freshly harvested Romaine lettuces, sliced tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, crushed hard-boiled eggs, and a dollop-or-two (or three) of Russian dressing.
Now, please hand me the HELP WANTED section for those seeking employment so I can find me an illustrious chef to make this happen. I hope that he (or she) is great with desserts. It’s important to have a well-rounded diet that included a variety of fruits.