As a fat man of some note, I am a fan of food, and thus vary my diet as much as possible, and thus have never been a proponent of things like “meatloaf night” or having the same breakfast each day.  But on certain days like today, when I was up too late the night before and actually DOING stuff rather than my usual routine of “stay on couch, engage internet besties”, I always have the same craving: cheese and summer sausage.  It’s not even necessary for there to be crackers involved, although a sufficiently buttery and/or flavorful one can serve as a meat-cheese delivery system, enhancing my lunch experience.  Indeed, if you prepare ahead of time, it’s a meal that requires little prep time or work, making it perfect for the days when ya don’t want to do much of anything, which leads us to today’s low-carb but probably high in fat query…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) has a friend who routinely has cheese and popcorn every Sunday night as a family tradition of decades-long standing, asking: What meal do you think you would find yourself craving in the event of a theoretical weekend brunch?


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  1. I don’t know what they are actually called, but you take a soft tortilla and spread a mixture of cream cheese and diced onions on it, then place lunch meat (I use the Carl Buddig thin sliced lunchmeat, but you can use other stuff), then roll it up and slice them into little circles. Simple as heck to make and really tasty.

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