I will asap.
so, I haven’t updated in way too long… and for that, I am sorry.
I made this dish probably two weeks ago. it was all cooked in the microwave, cooking the green beans first until the water was boiling, then adding the couscous, then mixing in the tomato for the last minute of cooking so the flavor could soak in. it was really great. (I love green beans.)
I will be posting more shortly. I’ve been a bit sick, and in Wisconsin, and errywhere, and with midterms, SO hopefully things will lighten up soon.
thanks to all who have been patient.
speaking of noms….
file this one under cats that look like Ron Swanson
so, what have I been up to?
I went home to wisconsin.
took some great pictures.
saw some wonderful friends.
reconnected with my family (and my dog).
spent time with my boyfriend.
went to milwaukee a bunch of times.
lots of food, lots of love, lots of fun.
select pictures will be up soon, and then I will post more noms :)
something old, something new. I took the veggie “pasta” from last night and mixed it with fresh couscous (cooked correctly, which is surprisingly easy to do in my microwave) and a bit of grated sharp cheddar on top. I know… feta would have been more appropriate, but I was in one of those I-need-comfort-carbs-and-cheddar moods. you know what I’m saying? …probably not.
well, it was both yummy, and delicious, and somewhat good for me (the veggies were at least). I tend to have a natural resistance to red peppers/peppers in general, but I’m trying to incorporate them into dishes where they fit well.
it’s past my bedtime (yet again). goodnight nommers!
dinner this evening was rather healthy, and pretty. I took a potato peeler and ran it along 1/2 a zucchini and a butternut squash, making little pasta-like veggie strands. I sautéed a roasted red pepper in extra-virgin olive oil and then tossed the squash-pasta in and cooked them for about 5 minutes. I spiced it with a bit of oregano (which actually worked well). it was a satisfying meal.
(yay for finally uploading things!)