Tuesday, March 10, 2009

guy food

Here is an example of something my husband makes when he is hungry. This is why he doesn't do any of the cooking for our family. He calls it the "Delgado Slim". If you know your Spanish, the direct translation of this would be the "Slim Slim". The following pictures and instructions are from his own mouth.

Here's what you need:
One hot dog (I used a ball park frank because they're endorsed by his airness himself Michael Jordan and yes, you will jump higher if you eat this hot dog).
One tortilla
Some cheese (I used medium Cheddar).

First, select your dog and place it on a microwave safe plate. Microwave that frank for 30 seconds.
While you're microwaving the dog, shred some cheese.

When your dog comes out of the microwave it may look a little deformed, like when Bruce Banner turns into the Incredible Hulk. Don't worry it just makes it more manly and full of flavor that way.
Now take the dog and place it on the tortilla towards one side. Cover it with the shredded cheese and microwave the whole thing for 30 more seconds.

This may look weird but trust me, it's awesome.

Remove it form the microwave and add a line of ketchup parallel to the dog, roll that sucker up, and enjoy!
Now there is one known variation to the Delgado Slim. If you use Bar S brand Turkey Dog, it becomes a Gordo Fatty Monstro. I lived off of the Delgado Slim for 3 months in the bad part of El Paso Texas. I love this food!

Would you eat this? Does this look/sound good to you? Maybe I'll post some of his other atrocities every now and then. I think it's hilarious.


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Anonymous said...

That is hilarious. I loved his instructions in his own words. Reminds me of stuff my hubby eats, though he has been on a salad/healthy kick latley, which is great.

Renee said...

omg - this is so funny. I took it to my husband and made him read it, too. Please keep posting your hubby's "atrocities." I love how it's in his words, too. Am still laughing...

Renee said...

by the way, just found this blog of yours and love the idea. Keep on posting!

Texas Ghostrider said...

There are bad parts of El Paso? I only thought Roses Cantina would get you in trouble. I loved this recipe.....