Friday, May 04, 2007

Cold Cereal Is His Thing

Steak and Cheese SandwichGoing along with the cold cereal theme of last week, husband Andrew presented me with another one of his Deep Thoughts this week. While carefully chewing his Frosted Mini Wheats he offered this latest insight into his psyche:

"If I could invent a cereal, I'd make one that tasted like steak and cheese sandwiches.

"With little onion bits in the milk."

What does one say to this? Somehow I don't think the world is ready for Steak and Cheesios.

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34 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's about as appealing as a cereal named BARF. (And I suspect just about as tasty, too!) Cece

Jennifer B. said...

Mmmmm.

Jenn in Holland said...

Ooo-ick! Andrew! no.no.no.no.no.

Did you just bust a gut in laughter over this one? What a strange set of taste buds.
Though, I could totally go for a steak and cheese sandwich about now...

Still salivating over last weeks cereal post by the way.

Mercy's Maid said...

I think I just threw up in my mouth a little bit. ;)

Viscountess said...

Man, now I want a steak and cheese sandwich on an onion roll with a side of cold milk and Arby's curly fries. Pregnant people just shouldn't read blogs about food. :-)

But I don't want it in cereal form.

Blondie said...

EEKS. I'm not a breakfast person, but that scares me a little bit.

A question: lately when I've been coming to this site, my computer freezes up for a few minutes and I get that little hourglass thing and can't scroll down. Any clue why? And is this just happening to me?

Pendullum said...

I never thought Dill pickle chips would take off... and now it is a staple in the chip world...
Your hubby may be on to something...

Heather said...

Like the flavor, but not the combo with milk. Let's try it in an oatmeal-kind-of-way and we'll talk. don't listen to me, though. I had a ham, egg and cheese sandwich for breakfast followed by a reheated eggroll. :o)

Janet a.k.a. "Wonder Mom" said...

I'm sure I can name a few men and one woman who would totally buy that cereal.

Bill Braine said...

You wouldn't HAVE to pour milk over this cereal, right?

Because I'm thinking it would be better if you could pour beer over it.

cheeky said...

Thank your husband for the laugh, please.
Oddly, in some strange way, for a moment it sounded good. LOL

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Eew.

LLD said...

I'm not pregnant and now I want a steak and cheese sandwich! It must be that great picture..mmm...

Maybe if the cereal was hot..and the milk was more like onion soup...

thordora said...

It's unfortunate that I was eating when I read that...

J Fife said...

I'm liking the above suggestion to add beer instead of milk.

I think your husband and Jack Handy would be great pals, and Mrs. Handy could give you tips in dealing with the Deeply gifted. I bet it involves vodka.

eve said...

Well, the cereal really sounds gross but it doesn't matter, because the picture makes my mouth water. I better go take my iron pill.

Ni Yachen said...

That might be good if you switched french onion soup with milk. I thought I like odd things. :)

Julie in Texas said...

Your husband sounds much like my oldest son. He is always trying to put weird combinations together and convice me how great they would taste.

I will give your husband the same word I give my son....Yuck!

Poppy Fields said...

Eeew!

An Ordinary Mom said...

Gag! It is a good thing he is not in marketing.

Cece said...

Must be a guy thing. Yuck!

Loralee Choate said...

Oh, man. The thought of that makes me barf more than a little.

I can't think many more revolting combos than onions and milk.

Shudder.

my4kids said...

Okay the sandwich looks good but no not in the mild as a cereal. that just sounds.....eww,just eww. onions floating in milk? Eww

Thea said...

O.K. That's just gross...

I tagged you for a meme, too!

mcewen said...

Food again! Oh well. You're right, it'll never catch on. For now I'm waiting for the promises of my youth to be fulfilled - you know the ones about having no real 'food' by the turn of the century, that we'd just consume little capsules instead = no grocery shopping, no cooking, no washing up.......
certainly would be jolly handy at the moment, there again, since I still can't open my mouth I'd have to make a special request for the liquid version.
Enjoy your 'roast' on Sunday - Cheers

kailani said...

I know I'm not! LOL!

Kailani
An Island Life

Michelle A. said...

OK, men should not invent cereal. However, that steak sandwich, I'd love to take a bite out of. Glad you got the package! cute post.

jen said...

don't they have jellybeans that taste like food?

maybe there's a compromise somewhere in there.

la bellina mammina said...

steak and cheese with milk....I think not! ;-)

Melissa R. Garrett said...

Blech! Only a man would like that. And I think my husband would be it's biggest fan (aside from yours, of course!).

chelle said...

lol your right the world is not ready for that!

Marion said...

Hmmm...that sounds not too bad to me! Perhaps your husband has found a new taste sensation, one that will sweep the world, and change our concept of cold cereal!

Amy said...

Sounds like a meat and potatoes kind of guy :) Yuck!

so grateful to be Mormon! said...

michelle: clever girl -- i love the cereal name you came up with. it is catchy :) k

ps. i am so jealous that you got to go to our stake's womens conference today. i wanted to go soooo bad. i will next year for sure. hope you enjoyed the workshop you taught, too.