Salmonella on a plate!
I was really pushing the envelope on this one.
I took some slightly freezer burned and still frozen chicken tenders (with all the talk about chicken and quick meals today, I had to have them), then cut/sawed them up while they were squirting all over my counter. Got them going in some EVOO, with s&p and garlic powder (didn't feel like burning real garlic). Flipped them a couple times. Rinsed my flipper off in hot water, after all it was thawing chicken I was flipping. I still had more ingredients to add and flip.
It felt like the time was right, so I added some frozen bacon. A short while later I added some onions, then green beans (some of the chicken still had just a little
red on a side or two....). Hey, did those beans feel a little wet and slippery.....?
Cut up some fresh garlic and tossed that in.
A splash of my 20 year old soy sauce. I don't go through soy sauce that fast I guess
And it's from before the time of dates, so it must still be good.
Then another ten minute wait and in goes some baby spinach, fresh out of the bag...... dated 3/11. OK, that was a few days better than the already opened beans anyway.
Everything tasted pretty good.
If you don't hear from me, you'll know what happened.
And I won't even get into the cutting board discussion