except that i came across this one, which i got mildly (read: extremely) irritated at:
yes, amanda robertson, i totally put your ass on blast. as the teen would say, sucks to suck, huh? because why on earth would you bother to pin something and then just talk a bunch of trash about it? i'd say that's way more lame than me using something as horrific as a can of crescent roll dough to make a delicious treat. maybe that's just me, though. whatever.
anyway, i've been taking full advantage of some of the yummy-looking things i've been saving on my "stuff i wanna eat" board. these pork chops with blue cheese sauce were a huge hit:
same goes for the baked sour cream ranch chicken. this was yummy and on the table within half an hour.
i saw this crunchy coated bacon a while ago, and the only reason it took me so long to try it was the long baking time: 30 minutes. that's a long ass time for me to wait for bacon. it's easy enough, though - just coat the strips with some flour and pop in the oven. yes, that's a whopping four slices there. it's all i had left.
half an hour later, you have this deliciousness:
it was worth turning the oven on, though, because i also made a batch of these sopapilla cheesecake bars.
yeah, i've made sopapillas before. this recipe was pretty much the same thing, only putting it in a pan and then chilling afterwards. i liked this version better.
of course, that only works if you don't have a freakish aversion to baking with crescent roll dough out of a *gasp* can. sorry, amanda. guess that leaves you out.