Hmmm, you might say. Too large to be scallops, but they definitely appear to be wrapped in bacon….
Here are links to the three veggie burger recipes Bill used recently. I know he made some slight changes to at least one of them, but I don’t have the details, so I can’t really post Bill’s versions. Anyway, here they are: Easy and Versatile Homemade Veggie Burgers Homemade Black Bean Veggie Burgers Veggie BurgersContinue reading “A Few Veggie Burger Links”
Bill and I spent most of yesterday in the kitchen, working on various food projects, some for eating that day, others for packing away for future meals. We used to spend entire weekends just cooking, way back when. During this summer so much of our time has been consumed by the whole house-painting project that yesterday, we both agreed after dinner, was like a vacation.
Here’s a look at what we were doing…
From Better Homes and Garden’s Wok Cuisine, Oriental to American, page 103.
Yes, Better Homes and Gardens. Oh, don’t laugh at me. There are a lot of good recipes, and the layout and photos are really nice, too. So be nice.
Bill wanted to make something the kids would like, since they’re not always up for spicy stuff. This sounded very kid-friendly and yummy, so that’s what he went with.
From the book Keo’s Thai Cuisine, by Keo Sananikone, page 135.
Yes, I'm blaming French food for ruining my shirt. I suppose another way you could look at it is that my sloppy eating ruined the shirt, but I don't choose to look at it that way, and I suggest you refrain as well.
Anyway. What's all this about?
I'll let you know right now that I didn't remember to take a picture of the finished dish – I just completely forgot to.
But I liked the pictures, so I figured I'd just go ahead and post them.