aka The slow Cook
I tried to interest daughter in this chicken sandwich when I noticed it on the Chartwells menu website. But she was having none of it.
"Those chicken patties aren't any good," she said. "They're dry."
But this was no chicken patty, but a piece of seasoned chicken breast. It thought it was great.
Here's a view of the chicken under the hood.
On the side was what Chartwells called an "ancho chili sauce." Typically, the kids don't know what to do with the sandwich dressings. But I do. I'm building my sandwich the way it was intended with the lettuce and tomato over the chicken and the chili sauce on the bun.
Those carrots and green beans did get more than usual interest from the kids. They usually barely touch the vegetables on their trays. But I think the carrots added some interest. The Chartwells menu called for a "garlic and herb vegetable medley with squash, carrots and green beans." I didn't see any squash, but the carrots and green beans were good enough for me.
What the kids really wanted was that plastic cup of canned peaches.
Altogether, I thought this was a terrific lunch--even if my daughter didn't.