Any Amy By Any Other Spelling

I listen to quite a number of podcasts and one of my regular ones is the NPR show Car Talk. When a caller rings in and introduces themselves with their name and location, the Car Talk hosts, Tom and Ray Magliozzi, will often guess the spelling of the name based on the location. If Amy called from Minnesota, thy would expect it spelled A-M-Y. If Amy called from California, their imagination goes wild with an obscure spelling. In honor of Tom and Ray, here is the definitive spelling list for Amy:

How do you spell Amy?

Ahmy, Ahmmy, Ahmie, Ahmmie, Ahmey, Ahmmey, Ahmmee, Ahmee, Ahmi, Ahmmi, Ahmei, Ahmmei, Ahamy, Ahammy, Ahamie, Ahammie, Ahamey, Ahammey, Ahammee, Ahamee, Ahami, Ahammi, Ahamei, Ahammei, Ahemy, Ahemmy, Ahemie, Ahemmie, Ahemey, Ahemmey, Ahemmee, Ahemee, Ahemi, Ahemmi, Ahemei, Ahemmei, Ahimy, Ahimmy, Ahimie, Ahimmie, Ahimey, Ahimmey, Ahimmee, Ahimee, Ahimi, Ahimmi, Ahimei, Ahimmei, Ahymy, Ahymmy, Ahymie, Ahymmie, Ahymey, Ahymmey, Ahymmee, Ahymee, Ahymi, Ahymmi, Ahymei, Ahymmei, Amy, Ammy, Amie, Ammie, Amey, Ammey, Ammee, Amee, Ami, Ammi, Amei, Ammei, Aamy, Aammy, Aamie, Aammie, Aamey, Aammey, Aammee, Aamee, Aami, Aammi, Aamei, Aammei, Aemy, Aemmy, Aemie, Aemmie, Aemey, Aemmey, Aemmee, Aemee, Aemi, Aemmi, Aemei, Aemmei, Aimy, Aimmy, Aimie, Aimmie, Aimey, Aimmey, Aimmee, Aimee, Aimi, Aimmi, Aimei, Aimmei, Aymy, Aymmy, Aymie, Aymmie, Aymey, Aymmey, Aymmee, Aymee, Aymi, Aymmi, Aymei, Aymmei, Ehmy, Ehmmy, Ehmie, Ehmmie, Ehmey, Ehmmey, Ehmmee, Ehmee, Ehmi, Ehmmi, Ehmei, Ehmmei, Ehamy, Ehammy, Ehamie, Ehammie, Ehamey, Ehammey, Ehammee, Ehamee, Ehami, Ehammi, Ehamei, Ehammei, Ehemy, Ehemmy, Ehemie, Ehemmie, Ehemey, Ehemmey, Ehemmee, Ehemee, Ehemi, Ehemmi, Ehemei, Ehemmei, Ehimy, Ehimmy, Ehimie, Ehimmie, Ehimey, Ehimmey, Ehimmee, Ehimee, Ehimi, Ehimmi, Ehimei, Ehimmei, Ehymy, Ehymmy, Ehymie, Ehymmie, Ehymey, Ehymmey, Ehymmee, Ehymee, Ehymi, Ehymmi, Ehymei, Ehymmei, Emy, Emmy, Emie, Emmie, Emey, Emmey, Emmee, Emee, Emi, Emmi, Emei, Emmei, Eamy, Eammy, Eamie, Eammie, Eamey, Eammey, Eammee, Eamee, Eami, Eammi, Eamei, Eammei, Eemy, Eemmy, Eemie, Eemmie, Eemey, Eemmey, Eemmee, Eemee, Eemi, Eemmi, Eemei, Eemmei, Eimy, Eimmy, Eimie, Eimmie, Eimey, Eimmey, Eimmee, Eimee, Eimi, Eimmi, Eimei, Eimmei, Eymy, Eymmy, Eymie, Eymmie, Eymey, Eymmey, Eymmee, Eymee, Eymi, Eymmi, Eymei, Eymmei

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Aimee’s Quick Chicken is great, no mater how you spell it!

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Yup, five ingredients. So easy even a Magliozzi could make it without messing up!

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Spread mustard over the chicken.

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Add the bacon.

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And cheese and bake.

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Cheezy greatness!

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You can’t go wrong with cheese and bacon!

Aimee’s Quick Chicken

prep 5 M ∙ cook 30 M ∙ makes 4 servings ∙ source Allrecipes.com

INGREDIENTS

  • 4 skinless, boneless chicken breast halves
  • 4 ounces Dijon mustard
  • 1/4 cup teriyaki sauce
  • 1/4 cup bacon bits
  • 1/2 cup grated Parmesan cheese

DIRECTIONS

Preheat oven to 400 degrees F (200 degrees C).

Place chicken in a 9×13 inch baking dish. Slather mustard evenly over chicken, then pour teriyaki sauce evenly over all. Sprinkle with bacon bits, then cover with cheese.

Bake at 400 degrees F (200 degrees C) for 30 minutes.

PREP 5 mins

COOK 30 mins

READY IN 35 mins

NUTRITIONAL INFO

Calories 243 kcal 12%
Carbohydrates 8.8 g 3%
Cholesterol 81 mg 27%
Fat 7.2 g 11%
Fiber 0 g < 1%
Protein 32.4 g 65%
Sodium 1793 mg 72%

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Categories: Baking3, Cheese3, Chicken2, Low Carb, Main Dish 3, Recipes

Author:The Ranting Chef

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6 Comments on “Any Amy By Any Other Spelling”

  1. January 2, 2014 at 1:31 pm #

    Sounds so delish, and even I can make it without messing it up! Happy new year!

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  2. January 2, 2014 at 2:59 pm #

    lol…car talk! That’s a blast from the past…haven’t heard that in ages. Aren’ they the ones that went by Click and Clack or something like that back in the 90s? Recipe looks awesome btw

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  3. January 3, 2014 at 12:53 pm #

    What’s not to love? Chicken, mustard, bacon, cheese? 🙂

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  4. January 4, 2014 at 10:54 am #

    Yum. Just yum.

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  5. January 6, 2014 at 5:56 pm #

    The ingredients make my mouth water, without even smelling this baking! I am sure it has such a delicious aroma! This is getting me off my chair at the library and heading home soon! (to dinner) Smiles, Robin

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