Easy dish to throw together with leftover chicken and a prepared peanut sauce! (And by "prepared", I mean store-bought.)
2 packages (8.8 oz each) ready to serve long grain rice
2/3 cup prepared Thai peanut sauce
2 tbsp canola oil
2 tbsp water
1 package (16 oz) coleslaw mix
2 cups cooked chicken breasts
1/2 cup torn cilantro leaves
1-1/2 cups dry roasted peanuts, crushed a bit
Prepare the rice according to package directions; place in a large bowl. In a small bowl, whisk the peanut sauce, oil and water until blended and set aside. Add the coleslaw mix, chicken and cilantro to the rice. Drizzle with the peanut sauce mixture; toss to combine. Sprinkle with peanuts and serve.
This could be one of the most ridiculous things I've ever heard.
A couple in Minnesota was scheduled to attend a wedding, but at the last minute, their babysitter was unable to take care of their kids, so they couldn't go to the wedding.
Things happen, right?
But a couple of weeks afterward, they got a bill in the mail for just under $80, the cost of the two meals that were ordered and not eaten, plus the service and tax charge. The bill came from the new bride and groom.
I wonder if the RSVP fully-disclosed the No-Show Fee?
Eighteen years ago, in Romy & Michelle's High School Reunion - it was a movie, let's set the scene - Romy (played by Mira Sorvino) told her high school pals (also played by actors) that she invented Post-It notes.
And obvious lie, and an obvious joke, in the script of a movie.
I mentioned it's a movie, right?
Yesterday, during an interview on The Huffington Post, Mira came face-to-Skype with the actual inventor of Post-Its, a guy named Art Fry.
And she, as Romy, apologized to Art for saying she'd invented Post-It notes.
It's an interesting bit - except no one seemed to know what part he or she was playing.