Warning! This blog post is gonna be about food. I warned you Lisa.
I’ve been on a roll lately in the kitchen. In the last two weeks, I made pumpkin bread, peanut butter cookies, chocolate chip cookies, and somehow perfected Nana’s chili. It’s empowering to be queen of the kitchen. Plus it’s something Elijah can help me with. The other night we made burgers, and his job was to add the seasoning.
Today the boys and I picked up Geoff for lunch at Noodles & Co. Kelly said it’s pretty good, and if you sign up online, you get Noodlegrams with offers. So we decided to try it out. Elijah and I shared the Wisconsin Mac & Cheese, and Geoff had the Whole Grain Tuscan Fettucine. Geoff’s mac & cheese is far superior, so next time I’ll try something else. ‘Cause who doesn’t like noodles?
I’ve gotten into two new shows on the Food Network, Dinner:Impossible, and Diner, Drive-Ins & Dives. Watching DD&D makes me very hungry, as that’s my favorite kind of food. I’m hoping he’ll spotlight something close to home we can try.
Top Chef Miami starts June 13, which should be interesting. If they can go back to the quality of contestants they had season one.
I’m gonna close with a quote from The Drew Carey Show.
Drew Carey: Hey, don’t waste cheese. If you’re going to waste food, throw a vegetable.