It's what's for lunch. Danish Jubilee ham and Havarti half sandwich (285 calories), our original "Taste of Freedom" culinary salute to the Danish people for keeping their heads while all around them were bowing theirs down in dhimmitude during last year's Cartoon Wars. Click here for Baby Cakes's favorite, the grilled-cheese version and here for a taste of freedom American style, turkey sandwich with California navel orange slices.
For those of our readers who have been wondering "What's for lunch?" in that work in progress that is the Cold Turkey Cookbook, here's a typical noonday meal of delicious half sandwich, fruit, yogurt and a bowl of homemade soup. Quantities and calorie counts:
One slice Arnold Oat Nut Bread = 120 calories
1 tbsp Hellmann's Light Mayo = 40
1 thin slice Jubilee Danish Ham = 15
1 slice Havarti = 110
1 serving Dannon Activia Lite Yogurt = 70
10 Seedless Grapes = 30
3/4 cup Homemade Broccoli Soup = 61
Total = 446
Sure, we could have had lettuce instead of Havarti with our ham and cut out 100 extra calories, but sometimes you have to eat for something larger than yourself.