Thursday, April 14, 2005

5 Layers of Dirty Goodness

We are having "International Pot Luck Day" at work. I am scared. I am wondering how many dishes there will be with creamy cheesy sauce. I wasn't going to go, but Stephanie is on the ERC (Employee Relations Committee) and organized it, so I am obligated by friendship. I am not known for my cooking skills - After I undercook/overcook the chicken, put foil in the microwave, forget to grease the pan, B shakes his head and tells me, "You're lucky you're pretty" before making something that we can actually eat without getting sick. And I am lucky he can cook. So Steph approached me yesterday...

Steph: What are you bringing for the pot luck?
Me: I don't cook.
Steph: You should bring 7-Layer Dip. Then you won't have to cook. You just have to spread.

She had me on the spreading thing. I am the best spreader in the south! So she held a gun to my eye and I said ok.

I made the dip last night except I don't know what the 7 layers are supposed to be. I could only think of 5. What the hell are the other two layers?!

6 Comments:

Blogger Sir Craig of Highbury said...

Well, begin by telling us what five layers you have and perhaps we could supply two more.

6:46 AM  
Blogger Crystal said...

beans, salsa, guacamole, sour cream, and cheese

7:04 AM  
Blogger Thomas said...

The other two layers are the best layers, Crystal! Ah jeez.

7:55 AM  
Blogger jks_ said...

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3:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pickles and fried okra, dumbass.

7:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't let him lie you to you. Many options are available to help your mexican hors de 'ovour. perhaps you can give it a bit more of that "traditional flavor" by adding spanish rice or chicken. Or for a festive look add olives and tomatoes, or greens for the christmas seasons. all of which are sure to delight your fellow pot-luckers.
-Martha Stewart
"everyday is a pot-luck where i'm staying"

7:50 PM  

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