In fact, the most exciting things I've done in 2 weeks are finish The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo series...and go canoeing/camping.
Anyway, here's my (lack of) culinary life in pictures:
Naked Pizza---$15.99 for a 12 inch pizza that is a 6/10 at best....meh. (I can picture the objections of "But it's ORGANIC!" Crust, sauce=lackluster. Toppings were okay; my favorite part was the strong mozzarella.)
Happy Hour at BD's Mongolian Grill. "I may not always drink beer, but when I do...I drink Dos Equis." (The wings sucked though.)
Can you broil tofu and eliminate oil? Yes, but then you get a LOT of burnt parchment paper. And one warped pan.
Sushi at Sapporo Grill---mediocre at best, but for half off, not bad!
Sliders at Hamburger Hinkel's in Madison, IN---I've decided that I don't like sliders, but these were a hell of a lot better than White Castle.
My upstairs neighbor made us flan, which I do not like. This was kind of flavorless. :\ And yes, my husband is responsible for the left side of this picture.
We finally bought a cast iron pan. This is Mr. S.'s deep dish pizza. Yum.
And his Grandma's biscuits.
Our dear neighbor J's potato kuku! (Nope, couldn't stop Mr. S. from taking a piece of this either...)
Mr. S. made these for some people at work (as opposed to asking me to make them for a change). ;)
Alton Brown's steak. Too salty and peppery for us, and more rare than medium rare, but it's not bad.
|Mr. S's grandma's chili with saltines. My camera died that night, so I don't have pics of the eggs and bacon we had the next morning (not that you can't imagine what those look like...)|
Our pizza box last night from Papa Johns; it made me laugh.
Future posts someday:
-Review for Lilly's (yet another ritzy Louisville restaurant)
-Hungarian cookie bars (because they're worth it)