Every day, Pat and I eat turkey sandwiches for lunch. My version has bread, turkey, provolone, and ranch. His version has bread and turkey. Isn't that exciting?! Yeah, we don't really think so, either; however, cheap is as cheap does, and we are, if nothing else, cheap.
Needless to say, neither of us spends any time looking forward to lunch. We just kind of eat it so we're not hungry anymore. But get this: when we add one magic ingredient (okay, two magic ingredients, three if you count water) it becomes a pretty stinking good meal. One of our favorites, actually. Can you guess what it is?
|Before going in the oven. Note: Aluminum Foil may also cause global warming, in addition to hating puppies. But you also don't have to scrape the pan afterwards. It's your choice.|
|Dirty stove. Judge not, lest you be judged. Oh, and it's not quite as dirty as it looks; some of that is the paint scraping off. Yes, I said paint.|
Take out the sandwiches, cut into pretty wedges, and enjoy!
Here's the breakdown:
Cost per meal: $3.66
Calories per serving: 500(we each have 1 1/2 sandwiches)
Tastiness factor: 7/10-keep in mind here that I'm judging like they do in gymnastics, leaving room for a better than perfect dish.
Health factor: 6/10 (tons of sodium, but we use turkey breast, whole wheat bread, and we've gotta get some credit for the word "tomato", right?)
What do you think? Do you use aluminum foil in lieu of elbow grease? Do you risk spray
*Update: go check out the new page, Our Menu! That's where I'll compile all our meal info. Thanks!