Two slices of provolone in a pita bread pocket. I am on the road for work, and walked to Whole Foods last night instead of going out to dinner. Made money, since I get a per diem, and had enough left over to breakfast (and probably lunch as well).
Coffee and tylenol. On day 2 of a migraine.
homemade pizza here too--one vegetarian with roasted asparagus, blue cheese, and mozz, one meat with mozz and andouille sausage; also providing carrot sticks, chips and salsa, as well as beer and wine, for this potluck at our place.
Mexican "lasagna": layered salsa, tortillas, homemade chili, sliced black olives, corn, shredded cheese
Quote from: footenote on November 24, 2013, 04:42:57 PMMexican "lasagna": layered salsa, tortillas, homemade chili, sliced black olives, corn, shredded cheeseHey, I have most of these things here right now as leftovers (except for the chili but I do have some black beans so that's an easy sub. And no olives. Who's counting.)--do you just layer and bake the whole thing?
Preheat oven to 400F. Mix black bean, corn and shredded cheese. Edit: If you value easy cleanup, line your baker with parchment paper or aluminum foil before starting....
A chicken, red pepper, and zucchini stir fry with korean red pepper paste. This paste is seriously good!
Preheat oven to 400F. Mix black bean, corn and shredded cheese. Edit: If you value easy cleanup, line your baker with parchment paper or aluminum foil before starting.Line bottom of baker with about 1/3 cup salsa. Add tortilla. Spread in 1/3 of bean mixture. Add salsa and another tortilla - repeat. End with salsa and shredded cheese.Bake 30 minutes. Remove and let sit 10-15 minutes. Slice like a pizza. (Make sure whatever baker you use has high enough sides!)
baked apple stuff w/ spices and pecans over homemade yogurt