I've been having trouble getting the motivation up to start prepping for Thanksgiving, but it's come to it where I don't have much of a choice left, so I got to get my ass in gear. Luckily, most of my work needs to start after today, but today, we've got:
- Make Pumpkin Bread (ever loving crap ton of it)
- Clean out fridge
- clean out freezer
After bringing the turkey home, and some extra meat bought from Crooked Gap (I did check to see if Larry Cleverley got his Jowl Bacon, before I bought the rest of it) my freezer didn't want to close. We really need to implement the chest freezer, I think I'll add that to the list of items I want to buy with the tax return.
This week I work on Monday and Tuesday, then have the rest of the week off to work on the double thanksgivings and eat. I thought about taking the following monday off, but forgot I have a new co-worker starting that day.
Ok I have a problem with this recipe. What, in the holy hell, does 11" piece of ginger translate to? Is that one piece of ginger, that has a inch circumference and eleven inches long? What happens if you have a thicker or narrower piece. How many ounces does this translate to.
I get that it's supposed to be spicy, but is supposed to be strong ginger candy spicy? It was enough that there was no real point to add anything else to the soup, because other than textural changes, it doesn't make that much difference.
Seriously... get it defined.
That being said, the ginger does do good things to my insides, so I'll still eat it, but Shannon didn't even finish her first (and only) bowl.
this was pretty good. I may have added more mozzarella then required, and after a point, I basically just stopped following it and did what I wanted, that being said, it turned out good.
Delayed until today!
Yummy! I adjusted it a bit to make 'em a bit thicker, but they still worked out. I forget how much I like these. I should make falafel more often. It's actually a good thing that Joseph went home to go to bed on Sunday when I made this, cause there wasn't near enough for him to have any.
This, was fantastic. Now I admit, the full pan and the serving picture look like kind of a mess, and perhaps I shouldn't have used that second layer of the puff pastry on the dish, but even so, good sauce, a good combination of healthful stuff (squash and kale) balanced with items that are probably not so good (sauce). Definitely a make again.
This soup turned out a bit thick (may be my fault) and the grilled cheese was ok, but less than my best effort. But even so...pretty good.