Writing Can Be Murder

May 4, 2010

What’s cookin’? 5-4-10

Filed under: Uncategorized — love2wryte @ 5:16 pm

Pity Long Suffering.

He had a craving for spaghetti with meat sauce.

I made him penne with meatless “meat” sauce.

I suspect it wasn’t nearly as satisfying. (tho I did load it up with capers which is always a plus in our house)

Tried a new salad combo this week: mixed greens, canned peaches (oh come on there is no such thing as a decent fresh peach anywhere in sight this time of year) toasted almonds, and a salmon fillet marinated and cooked in honey mustard dressing. Yummy!

Please tell me that your culinary adventure was more exciting than mine….

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3 Comments »

  1. No adventures for me this week. My husband came home early (and unexpectedly) from a business trip to find me making fried rice. I like making fried rice because you can put almost anything in it and it works, plus it reheats well and I can eat it the entire time he’s gone without it tasting like “leftovers”. This week’s concoction had mushrooms, peas, celery, green onion, carrots, garlic, a couple fried eggs, a couple dabs of butter and some soya sauce. Oh and I added ham because I had leftover ham in the fridge. Turned out really well!

    Comment by Jenny — May 5, 2010 @ 12:51 pm | Reply

  2. I put some grape jelly in the BBQ sauce I made for spareribs on Monday. Does that count as an adventure?

    And yesterday I threw together some fresh banana milkshakes to go with lunch, bananas, skim milk, honey and ice.

    Comment by Jennifer Colgan — May 5, 2010 @ 4:11 pm | Reply

  3. Jenny — Fried rice is definitely one of those perfect dishes in terms of leftovers…not much extra work to make a big batch and it reheats well.

    Jennifer — ewwwww! Grape Jelly? (I hate grape jelly)

    The milkshakes sound good — you could always add a spoonful of peanut butter (which I love and think should be one of the four basic food groups)

    Comment by love2wryte — May 6, 2010 @ 5:48 pm | Reply


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