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Herb Vegetable Cheese Bread

on 10/19/2011

This is me sparing Michael and the kittehs from excessive piano practice.  You see, this weekend will be the first wedding i’ve played for in some time…and it shows.  Yikes!  Not that i’m concerned; it’s kinda like riding a bicycle–it all comes back to you.  Makes me realize i need to play that sort of music on a more consistent basis though.  Sometimes you need to revisit the once familiar so it won’t be classified as a stranger, ya know?

Same with recipes.  This one has been sitting in my recipe box for goodness knows how many years now and it is WONDERFUL!  For some reason, i have been ignoring it of late…until Sunday while Michael’s folks were here.  Made it to go with Lasagna Soup and it got the thumbs-up.   The credit for this one goes to Bear’s oldest sister, my Aunt Jeanne.  Honey, can she cook!  Especially her Mexican dishes.  ¡Está delicioso!  Ya know, i hope that’s right.  Hopefully i didn’t say something stupid or insulting.  When i worked with all my wonderful Spanish-speaking friends at Chick-fil-A in Chantilly, the only word that really stuck with me is gordo (fat.)  Now what does that say???

Oh well, time is a cruel task master so i suppose i’d better get back to practicing.  Hopefully no one will take a cannon at me for my Canon in D.

Herb Vegetable Cheese Bread

1 cup shredded Mozzarella cheese

½ cup grated carrot

2 green onions, sliced (I just used the green tops)

½ tsp Italian seasoning

¼ cup mayonnaise

8 slices French or Sourdough bread

Combine first five ingredients in a bowl, stirring well.  Set aside.

Place bread on an ungreased baking sheet and broil for a few minutes until lightly browned.  Turn over and spread mixture on untoasted side.

Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until cheese melts.  Serve immediately.

A big SCMYGL “Howdy!” to Kelly and all her friends in New Jersey!

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