Monday, January 26, 2009

Lunch


I don't know, I just feel like getting back to the mundane is a good thing.

  • Salmon baked with soy sauce and maple syrup
  • Broccoli roasted with olive oil, cardamom and cumin
  • Carrots roasted with olive oil and herbs de provence
  • Cous cous (do you know how insanely FAST making cous cous is?)

Served at one's desk while wearing a turtleneck with newly discovered holes in the neck and a cardigan hand knit by a friend of thirty-nine and a half years.

Delicious and within the parameters of "The Program."

10 comments:

  1. Off with your head! Me likey the cous cous!
    Thanks for the vote of solidarity on he is just not that into you.
    He can suck it.

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  2. I'm going to say it again; I admire your willingness to stick to the program. You go, Girl!

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  3. Is it my willingness to stick to the program or my unwillingness to look in the mirror and see the fat girl again? We may never know...

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  4. holy hell that looks yummy

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  5. I'm on a roasted vegetable kick. I've never made cous cous before...will have to try it this week when we can chisel ourselves out of our houses.

    Program works.
    it.
    just.
    does.

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  6. I just wanted to thank you for the shout out on Pioneer woman's blog. I got quite a few hits just from your one comment.

    Thanks again. I appreciate it.

    Best,
    Matthew.

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  7. Gotta try to make that salmon recipe. Snidey hates maple syrup but he might like it mixed in with soy sauce.

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  8. It's mostly about the sweet/salty combo so you could use Mrs. Butterworth's to appease Snidey's delicate sensibilities.

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  9. Matthew, I'm glad you got some good hits. I hope it'll help in general but also help the auction when that comes together. PW has a following that likes to take good action.

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