As someone who can burn corn and light my toaster oven on fire, I was skeptical when the home economics teacher in my school told me she had the perfect recipe for me. She said it was simple, could be lowfat, and was virtually fire-proof (unfortunately, she had heard about the toaster oven incident). Well, I guess it couldn't be worse than the time I accidentally cooked noodles full of bugs and fed them to my boyfriend. So, I decided to give it a try. If the eighth graders can cook these things, so can I, right?

So here's the recipe: one can of chopped chicken (drain it first or it will taste scary- don't ask), one small container of sour cream, one can of cream of chicken soup, shredded cheddar cheese (you choose how much), and green chilies if you like your food spicy. Throw this all into a bowl and stir it well. Then, place your mixture into the middle of tortillas, roll them up (be creative) and bake them at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.

I did all of this- and for the first time in a long while, nothing burned, scorched, contained bugs, or even exploded. I was so proud. I can now say that I can cook as well as an eighth grader. Hmmmmm, is that a good thing? You decide, I'm too busy reveling in my success.