Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Chicken Wrap

I have my first interview tomorrow. It's at my home hospital, so I already know all the residents and doctors, but it's still an interview. We start tonight with a dinner at a local restaurant called Julep. I've heard it's good but have never been. I'll post a review later but no pictures as I'll be "officially" on an interview dinner.
All that said, cooking is slim around here. So, let me give you a way to use leftovers from that crock-pot dish. I used it in a wrap for lunch one day and it was delicious! Just use a whole wheat high fiber wrap, place some lettuce on the bottom, top with spaghetti squash followed by some chicken and sauce, wrap in aluminum foil and you're ready to go the next day. When it's time to eat, just place it all (foil and all) in the toaster oven and toast. Be sure to check the inside to see that it's warm! YUM!!!

8 comments:

Red Dirt Mummy said...

Good luck with your interview, Claire. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for you!

Peabody said...

Good luck with your interview!!!

Darius T. Williams said...

LOL - I love the recipe - lol!

Good luck...

Elle said...

Hope the interview goes well...sometimes knowing the people makes it more difficult.
Your chicken stroganoff sounds better than mine...and it's crockpot simple. Yum! This wrap sounds great too.

Claire said...

RDM - Thanks! The interview was good.

Peabody - I think it went well. Really, it was pretty laid back.

Darius - Thanks! It was a pretty good and surprisingly versatile recipe.

Elle - Thanks! Knowing them made it comfortable but difficult in the sense that I didn't really have any questions to ask!

Katrina said...

Hope all went well with your interview!
I love chicken wraps!
I went to NYC back in April, too, and saw Spamalot and Wicked! Wicked was awesome, huh.

gail@more than a song said...

That looks really good, as does the original dish from the crockpot!
Hope your interview went well!

Jude said...

Hope your interview went well! (I just read your intro in your next post so it looks like you did :))