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….



  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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