Just call it "blackened" white bread.That'd seal tha deal.Or,how about "dry white toast and four fried chickens and a coke?"
BTW,that "chef" is a dumbass.Just for his info real chili doesn't have beans in it.Honest!
I see "recipes" like this in our local power company magazine all the time. It's like these people have no concept of spices or preparation. But I have to agree, that "recipe" takes the cake. Pardon the pun... ;-)
As for myself, even the most simple item I whip up usually has more put into it than that half-assed culinary tragedy. Sheesh. The "chef" might as well have submitted a recipe for bean burritos starting with the line "Unwrap burritos and microwave on High for 1 minute..."
LOL!!! The really sad part is, more and more alleged "cook books" are publishing those kinds of recipes, too! Thank God I have my grandma's "Household Searchlight" Cookbook. You know, the one where the recipe starts "Catch a plump chicken" ... ;)
I'm not sure, but adding butter to your lightly scorched bread might be too difficult. Maybe just sprinkling on some salt instead?
The real question is, if that was first place, what the heck lost?