That is how much one measly box of cornflake crumbs cost at the grocery store.
Given my penchant for a bargain, I refused to buy it. Instead, I marched back to the cereal aisle and got a box of cornflakes. How hard is to crunch up a bunch of cornflakes?
The recipe I used came from "What Hawaii Likes to Eat," and is attributed to Side Street Inn. Some modifications I made are to add a generous squirt of Dijonnaise to the light mayo I used, and throw in Emeril's Essence seasoning and garlic salt along with the parmesan cheese.
|In the oven|
I realized that every dish I've posted features meat (sorry, vegetarian readers!) I was vegetarian for several years in my 20s, and enjoyed exploring the wide world of veggie cuisine. However, when you have a nonagenerian and a carnivorous mom to cook for, there isn't much call for veggie dishes. However, mom was asking about artichoke hearts and what they tasted like, and I have a vegetarian recipe for pasta with artichoke hearts. That might be the way to sneak a veggie meal into my home-cooked meals lineup ...