Thursday, May 3, 2007

Eewww...

I think it is time to cut my hair. My hair is pretty long, about 15 inches from the nape of my neck (K.Z. measured it one day in a rash of "measure and runs"), well below the bra line (ladies will understand this form of measurement, LOL!).

Today I was making lunch involving dough (great lunch or snack, I will post it below) and noticed that included in one of the "ready to go in the oven concoctions" was a hair. I pulled on it and it kept coming and coming and coming. In horror I realized it was mine! Unmistakable, very long brown strand of hair. Granted, since it is so long now I do not use any product and my hair was squeaky clean from my shower this morning, but the thought of feeding my hair to an unsuspecting child at lunch revolts me (I have this hair-in-food phobia stemming from reading "James and the Giant Peach" as a kid).

I am not one to do the ponytail thing or pull it back into a braid so I think it is time to reel it in. I just need to figure out what I want to do with it.

Biscuit Sandwiches

This is by no means some great new invention, just something the kids love that I make from time to time, I am sure it has been done in many ways for many years...

1 package of biscuit dough (or make your own, but if you do, I don't want to hear about it...)
Cheese of any variety (I used American because that is what we have currently)
Chicken or turkey slices
Tomato slices

Cut each raw biscuit horizontally to make two "slices"
Layer enough tomato, meat and cheese to cover the circumference of the biscuit
Put the other half of the biscuit on top and seal (pinch) the edges
Bake according to the package directions and EAT!


2 comments:

Mamma D said...

YUCKY!! Do you remember the "hairy" chili from Giant in Frederick? Soooo gross!

Jamie said...

I'm going to have to try those! We even have biscuits...the store bought kind;)