If you are hosting a brunch, luncheon, shower, or any of those types of things and are in need of a recipe you can make pretty quickly that will keep you out of the kitchen on the big day, this one might just do the trick. I am speaking from experience since I first made this for Mother’s Day for my mom, otherwise known as Neeners. This worked particularly well in that event, since Neeners must eat each meal on time or all hell breaks loose. Neeners usually gets up at 6:00, is wolfing down a lumberjack sized breakfast by 6:10, then takes off in a squeal of tires to do whatever she has up her sleeve for that day. She is home by 11:00, has a linebacker sized lunch, and then a glass of wine and dinner by 5:00. This is her schedule, and woe be to anyone who veers from it. This makes holiday dining somewhat of a challenge in our family, since we do not typically adhere to her feeding schedule. Let’s say we decide to have dinner at 6:00. Just like clockwork, she will come stomping into the kitchen at 4:45…”When are we going to eat??!! I am on my face!!” I think ‘on my face’ means she is faint with hunger, but it could also be that she was feeling the results of happy hour. She is, after all, pushing 87 and a little wine goes a long way. If there is a Neeners in your life, never fear. This recipe can be all done ahead of time and assembled in seconds right before serving. Problem solved. Let’s get organized…..