Bake squash on 350 till tender to a fork. Allow it to cool then spoon the meat into a bowl, break it up with your hands, or a fork then add it to an oiled pan on low. Allow it to cook on medium until the squash is lightly browned. Lay the squash at the bottom of casserole pan. Spread it out flat then cover all the squash with a layer of tomato sauce. Add the mushrooms then a layer of ricotta cheese mixes with the parsley. Spread a layer of mozzarella cheese then the kale. Cover
the kale with the rest of the tomato sauce and the mozzarella cheese.
Bake on 350 until cheese is melted. Enjoy.
Vegan option, omit the cheese and use extra tomato sauce.
The word “man” may have roots in old Indo-European terms for “to think,” and the word man may have been meant to mean “one who thinks.” Some linguists disagree on these origins.
Before “man” was used, Old English used the words wer and wif to distinguish the sexes (wer being man, wif being woman). That’s why “werewolf” basically means “man wolf.” But the word “man” replaced wer around the late 13th century
Interestingly, up until about 1000 years ago, the word “man” was originally gender neutral, so that’s a recent development
I know, not healthy! However, that balance I was talking about yeah that. In Belize outside of the night clubs people have hot dog carts with these hot dogs. Not Sabretts of course.
1 pack of Sabretts, they are the best.
1 medium size tomato cubed
1 medium yellow onion sliced
1 tbsp of soy sauce (better quality, gluten free)
Mayo, make your own, it’s easy
Gluten free or non GMO wheat rolls
8 strips of bacon
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 tsp of salt
1 tsp of pepper
Wrap hot dogs in bacon, place on a large cookie sheet in a 350 degree oven for. Place onions in a saucepan on medium with 1 tbsp of water and a coconut oil cover with a lid and allow to sweat. Once tender remove the lid add salt, pepper and soy sauce. Check hot dogs to move them around. Tost rolls, spread mayo on the roll, add hot dog then cover with onions, tomato and ketchup.