This is dangerous. Dangerous for anyone in your house who does not like couscous or the smell of curry. Why? Because you’ll be making it every single day for the foreseeable future, so they will either eat it or enjoy a steady diet of acronyms, including but not limited to, DIY and PB&J. The smell of curry though…well there’s no escaping that, thank the Hindu gods.
I kid you not, there have been stretches of time, where we have had this every single day. It’s really hearty, very healthy and insanely delicious. Oh, and one more thing:
So despite my last post where I said that this was a faux-holiday, we had a pretty awesome Valentine’s Day at the Banks’ house. Due to a series of great events, I had possibly the best Valentine’s Day this cynical, old crabby-pants has ever had. Continue reading →
This recipe is just what it sounds like. A fake wedding soup. It has all the elements of classic Italian wedding soup, but with a little twist on it. The twist being….it’s not real.
Certainly, a recipe for success!
A complete lack of authenticity isn’t the only quality these two delicious things share. They are both a big deal, worth every minute of it, and come to a crushing all-too-quick finale, resulting in tears and disbelief. Continue reading →
I made this salad the other day, and it is super easy and really delicious. It is inspired by Mexican flavours, but is by no means authentic, hence the name.
Doesn’t that make you want to waste away in Margaritaville? Look for your lost shaker of salt perhaps? (Disclaimer: Margaritaville has nothing to do with Mexico, but I bet until you read that, you thought it did.) Continue reading →
Here’s what I had for lunch today. It’s better with red pepper but I had to use green. Because you know what I like more than red pepper? The jingle jangle of $3.49/pound in my pocket instead of the Man’s.