Post by Justin Thyme on Sept 19, 2007 8:09:45 GMT -5
Little Debbie Nutty Bar with coffee.
JiT "Our culture has accepted two huge lies. The first is that if you disagree with someone's lifestyle, you must fear them or hate them. The second is that to love someone means that you agree with everything they believe or do. Both are nonsense. You don't have to compromise convictions to be compassionate." ~Rick Warren
Tea at the moment-considering getting into the kitchen to cook something.I'd gotten an indian rice and kidney beans meal-was already cooked etc-you only had to heat it up.I wasn't overly impressed with it though-had the right spices etc but...meh.There wasn't much in the package-as in Ares might not have been filled by it type small quantity -lol- and the rice in it was just cooked down to damn near mush.I've a packet of a type of dahl by the same company which is something I'll try a bit later after I either cook up some rice or diced potatoes to pour it over.I'm thinking maybe some potatoes with a little curry in them to go with it.
Hopefully it'll be alot better than the other one by that company.
Post by cloverhoney on Oct 6, 2007 18:36:04 GMT -5
Tonight I threw in a Marie Callendar's Beef Pot Pie--something purchased on a whim. It was really good. Not at all like a Banquet or Swanson. Bigger than the average Pot Pie, thick and tasty crust and a beef stew filling with big chunks of everything, including the stew beef.
I like the Marie Callendar's offerings when I want some comfort food quick. For "TV Dinners", they are unlike any other. My preference is Chicken Fried Chicken which comes with cream gravy, mashed potatoes and a little corn on the cob. But, they are so terribly fat and calorie laden that it is a rarity that I venture there--maybe once or twice a year. I understand that Marie Callendar's is actually a homestyle restaurant out in California.
Back on subject, I am preparing to slice up, spice up and stir fry a rib-eye steak and onion which I later add to a double recipe of long grain and wild rice. A little cajun seasoning to boot and I've got a little something that will microwave well throughout the week. Goes well with the last of the sliced summer tomatoes.