Monday, November 20, 2006

I made some yummies this morning

So this afternoon at work we have a pot-luck lunch/holiday celebration. My lazy ass was too busy knitting and getting busy yesterday afternoon to make anything. So, I got up this morning and managed to make a pretty simple appetizer using my favorite white-trash ingredient: Crescent rolls. And I was only 8 minutes late to work.

1 container of crescent rolls
Some sliced hard salami
Italian seasoning
Shredded parmesean cheese

First off, crank the oven to 350. Then slam that crescent roll tube against the counter good and hard to startle your cat. This serves a practical purpose: those bitches don't open even after you peel off every inch of label. Unroll them into 2 rectangles onto a cutting board so you don't get crap on your counter.

Using a wet finger, pinch the perforations back together. Sprinkle with italian seasoning and garlic-from-a-jar. Lay 6 slices of salami outon the dough. Sprinkle with cheese. Roll it up into a log and pinch shut. Be sure to really roll it tight.

Cut the log into 8 pieces. Bake at 350 for 13-15 minutes. Serve warm with some spaghetti sauce.

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