~ sandwich ~
While no clinical trials or scientific data yet exists, anecdotal evidence supports the theory that as little as one Sonoran Hot Dog can cause earlobe cancers to go into immediate and complete remission. Foodenator sent a team of Food Scientists down to Arizona to put the theory to the test. The team descended on El Quero Canelo at 5201 S. 12th Ave in Tucson, Arizona at 6:46pm. Two of the researchers ordered Sonoran Hot Dogs, while the control group ordered items off the non-weiner menu.
Subject 1 (Group A): One Sonoran Style Hot Dog, uno Coca Cola hecho en mexico, and an order of Flan with Flan Juice to wash it down.
Subject 2 (Group A): Sammy Dog and Horchata
Subject 3 (Group B): Pollo Tacos
Subject 4 (Group B): Carne Asada Carmelos, Flan with Flan Nectar, and Jarritos.
Food results: Sonoran Hot Dogs are delicious!
Therapeutic results: After dining, no incidence of earlobe cancer was found in Group A. Group B did not develop any earlobe cancer related conditions, so we can safely conclude that there is no Second-Hand Sonoran Style cancer risks. What did we prove? That science is delicious!
our food PI failed to discover what is happening in this sandwich. can you help? also, we need assistance with this one.
Leftover spaghetti sauce and meatballs from the weekend but not in the mood for more pasta? Try this tasty recipe for a meatball bagel sandwich.
Leftover Sauce and Meatballs
Choice of cheese
Choice of bagel
Preheat the oven to 400 degrees. First, toast the bagel and spread with butter. Next, sprinkle a little garlic powder over the surface of the bagel. Take the sauce and meatballs and heat in the microwave for about 1 minute. Cut the meatballs into thin slices and layer on 1 half of the bagel. Next top with the sauce on the same half of the bagel. For the other side of the bagel, layer with your favorite kind of cheese. I have used string cheese, an Italian blend or just Parmesan. Place the bagel halves face up on the cookie sheet and toast in the oven for about 10 minutes, until the cheese and sauce is bubbly.
This dish goes great with soup or a salad!
Mr Bean has nothing to do with food, most of the time. Today, bean puts hits nuts on the line and makes a sandwich.