When I was a child I didn’t eat eggs (silly me) so a frequent breakfast for me was bacon and cheese toast.
You need to stop this. That dish and your descriptions are making me drool again.
Looks yummy @catholiver!
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That’s a d’Artagnan andouille.
[/quote]Where would one get something like that?
I can’t remember this year but I got it at Costco last year.
I’m pretty amazed at what y’all find at Costco. I wish we lived close to one.
We used to live 50 miles away but would still go once or twice a month. Make a day off it. Hit TJs, have lunch, etc.
Comes and goes at some Costcos. Three pounds / eight sausages for $16. You can get it online but it’s a lot more expensive.
Okay, so now I feel lazy. Ours is about 15 miles from home and even closer to my job.
That is crazy! Eat a grape or something.
I know you probably feel the same way about my fattening food habits. I don’t know about @catholiver, but I eat a lot more healthy than my posts suggest. The fattening stuff is just more fun to talk about.
Cooking tip: If you accidentally use sugar instead of salt on your shrimp, just add soy sauce. Everyone will think you did it on purpose and compliment you.
Silly. I’m sure @catholiver knows I’m teasing. We’d all be bored to death if we posted nothing but our kale salads and brown rice.
Totally! You should have seen the pasta from last night’s dinner. Loaded with all manner of vegetables. But cheese toast is one of my comfort foods.
With the blustery weather, I was craving kimchi nabe, a Japanese take on kimchi jjigae. I made a vegan version of Just One Cookbook’s recipe. Nothing like a comforting hot pot on a rainy day!
The finished article. I ate my nabe with a bowl of brown rice, but I’ll cook up some udon with the leftovers tomorrow.
Lovely. Very impressive mise en place .
And somehow I condensed all that, plus your breakdown of how you revised it with fish sauce, etc., into my new favorite dinner: Baked sweet potatos with sambal oelek.
These German hippies I met years ago made a spread for toast by blending tofu with a lot of sambal olek.
Here’s my go-to fattoush. Perfect for a nice, light weekday lunch.
I added lemon zest and garlic to the recipe.
Here’s my take on Chloe Coscarelli’s avocado pesto pasta. I added some roasted tomatoes and almond shavings.