This is my healthy breakfast from this morning. I had oatmeal with an added spoonful of ground oat germ with an English Muffin (low Fat). And that jar sitting by the bowl you ask? That is a jar of Purple Hull Pea Jelly we bought at a Farmers Market. It is delicious, so I am convinced you can make jelly out of anything as long as you use lots of sugar!
This is my version of “healthy Pizza”. for the crust I use a low fat tortilla and the toppings are all reduced fat as well. It might not be as good as a real pizza, but it will help satisfy your craving.
I took this picture several weeks ago before I starting eating healthy. This is a waxed sack which held 3 fried chicken strips purchased at a convenience store. I looked at the back of the sack and thought “HUH?” you mean to tell me no one in the world can claim to cook “Homestyle Fried Chicken” without violation of a trademark? So being the curious type, I went to the US Trademarks Website and looked it up and it was indeed registered, but with a disclaimer.
Published for Opposition
July 17, 2007
October 2, 2007
(REGISTRANT) HOL-N-ONE DONUT CO. OF ARK., INC. CORPORATION ARKANSAS 1211 West College Fordyce ARKANSAS 71742
Attorney of Record
NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE “HOMESTYLE FRIED CHICKEN” APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN
Description of Mark
Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of the words Homestyle Fried Chicken and a design.
It is registered as a trademark, but it is not exclusive except in regards to their funny little logo of a cartoon chicken which includes the words Homestyle Fried Chicken. So apparently if you have a restaurant and you claim to sell homestyle fried chicken you are not in violation of a trademark. Whew! That takes a load off of my mind! Keep prepping everyone!