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Snakes in the Grass recipe

These breadstick cheese sandwiches area real kid pleaser…whatever their age!

Recipe: Snakes in the Grass

1/3 cup sour cream
1/3 cup thick and chunky salsa
6 (7 1/2-inch) breadsticks, sliced in half lengthwise
8 (1-ounce) slices American cheese, each cut into 3 strips
Chopped black olives
Cream cheese, softened
Sliced red bell pepper or pimiento
Sliced stuffed green olives
Shredded lettuce

  • Combine sour cream and salsa in smallbowl. Spread cut-sides of each breadstick with 1 1/2 tablespoonssour cream mixture. Place 4 strips cheese onto bottom half ofeach breadstick; cover with top half.
  • To decorate each snake sandwich, attach2 pieces chopped black olive to one end of top of sandwich withdot of cream cheese for eyes. Cut a piece of red pepper intotongue shape; place it between breadstick halves for a tongue.Attach slices of green olives to the top of sandwich with dotof cream cheese for snake skin design.
  • Place shredded lettuce onto platter. Setsnake sandwiches onto lettuce.

    Makes 6 sandwiches.

    Nutrition Facts (1 sandwich):Calories:300 Fat: 18 g Cholesterol: 45 mg Sodium: 900 mg Carbohydrates:22 g Dietary Fiber: <1 g Protein: 11 g

    THIRD EYE – Snake in the Grass

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    The grass snake grows larger than the adder and a specimen I found near Speech House in the Forest of Dean measured 1m, if this snake is still alive today it could be over 4 foot long, but even this is small compared to some that can reach 2m or more! we have 12 small dogs and were walking in the forest today and came across green and black fully patterned 12″ snake sunbathing on the path, it wasn’t happy to see us and hissed and raised it’s head. We leaded up the dogs and went on our way. Is this an adder and would it bite or run? Many thanks from a newcomer to the forest.

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