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Double Chil and Cheese Dog

Published on 12/11/2014
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I just finished lunch and had one, so it started my confused brain off on a tangent before I could get back to work and control that.

Mine was a little different (I'm diabetic) in that I used a couple of those real skinny hamburger buns and sliced two all beef dogs down the middle, so it covered both buns side by side long ways (Sorry I ate it too fast to get a snapshot). Then I smothered it with chili, sprinkled on grated cheese and popped it into the microwave. When it came out, I sprinkled on some chopped green onions and settled down to devour it.

It was when I was cleaning up, that my brain started to wander. I only used half the can of chili, so I spooned the rest into a plastic tub to put in the fridge for tomorrow. I always heard it was bad to store food in the tin can. Then I started thinking about the little that was still left in the can. My wife would get out a rubber spatula and make sure anything that could contribute to the next use was safely in the tub, which could take an extra couple of minutes plus the time it took to wash the now dirty utensil. All that for maybe 0.0004% of the original contents.

The marketing point is, how often do I spend extra time performing trivial tasks that contribute very little to my bottom line? Writing this PR is an exception, since it does add impressions to my banner advertising.

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