It was early evening and the little one had fallen asleep early. This gave my husband and I a rare opportunity to spend time together alone. I am a light weight so after 2 drinks on the deck I was in the bag and I still had not made supper. Opps. Oh well, convenience food to the rescue. Here is a wrap recipe that is easy enough for a drunk me to make.
P.S. I don't recommend cooking drunk as you risk cutting yourself or burning yourself. Do unwise things at your own risk :)
My husband and I used to eat at this place called Squirrel Tooth Alice's. That is where we were introduced to nachos made with criss-cross fries instead of chips. They were fantastic but loaded with cheese and sour cream. I chased the dream of homemade criss-cross fried for years so I could pull off this dish but I never found the right mandolin slicer and I since got rid of my deep fryer. Then I saw them in the freezer section at No Frills. This recipe feeds 2.5 people. The
This is an easy, weeknight meal. I also served corn on the cob that night because corn was on sale so we had this a more of a side dish I suppose. I also had it for lunch the next 2 days. If made 4-5 servings as a side dish, probably 2-3 servings as a dinner. What You Need: 2 cups of dried pasta. Most shapes will work for this, I use noodles made of durum semolina because they are vegan and cheep. 1/4- 1/2 cup of vegan mayonnaise. I would recommend Earth Indian (green lid) or
If you have tomatoes, an onion, some sun dried tomatoes and other vegetables (almost any others really), you can make soup! Here is one such soup. Ingredients: 3 pieces of sun dried tomato . 2 large tomatoes- cut into large pieces 1/2 a sweet onion- cut into large pieces 1/2 cup quinoa 1 tsp salt 1 yellow pepper, chopped 2 ribs of celery, chopped 1/2 cup of savoy cabbage, chopped 1 leaf of purple kale, chopped 1/4 cup sunflower seeds 1 tsp dried basil 2 cups of water What to
We had to eat, we had soccer coming up fast, we couldn't waste anytime so we throw together some quesadillas. I was introduced to quesadillas in undergrad. They are customizable so I could order the ingredients I wanted, watch them make it, and be certain there was nothing lurking within that I was allergic to. This was an amazing discovery for me because posting ingredients to prepared cafeteria food was not common back then and I would frequently have allergic reactions to
We did not start off intending to make quesadillas again so soon. The plan for tonight was pizza. We had dough left over from another meal that we intended to use but when I went to roll it out is smelled like booze. I guess we let the yeast act on it a little too long. On to plan B.
There were wraps so opted for pizza a slightly different way. I was not confident the wrap would provide enough support for the toppings as a single layer and quesadillas are faster to cook so