and still kickin’.
All went well yesterday, and even got to nap while the girls did the dishes…AND…and got two turkey sammiches…more on the way, as the kid has set her eyes on the rest of the white meat…good thing she had to work today, as I feel a turkey sammich cravin’ comin’ on.
I may just go and get a turkey breast, and a loaf of bread…just for me. Is that wrong?
I still want to make a trip to the local hardware store to burn my $10 coupon. Last day is tomorrow.
It was supposed to rain all afternoon, but the forecast has changed and the rain is now postponed until 5 pm.
I ain’t complainin’.
So, a day or two of leftovers, and
we’re back to daily meal planning. The ribeye roast is back on sale at the local grocer at $5.99/lb. I’m gonna pass. I’m starting to get in the mood for chili and cornbread, if the nice, cooler weather keeps up.
The wife and I differ with chili, as I would guess everyone has their own idea of chili…mine does not include beans, and the wife’s idea does. I like mine rather hot, the wife does not. I like to bury my cornbread in chili, the wife does not.
I do agree that beans make the chili go further, and the right bean will yield an appropriate flavor addition…people get shot for less in this state…
I may concoct some tomatillo enchiladas with the leftover dark meat; also known as green chile enchiladas..or maybe turkey with fettuccine Alfredo..yeah, that could work. One could also make King Ranch Casserole with turkey instead of chicken..We just had that, so that won’t work here…back when my boys were small, I’d take leftover turkey with frozen tater tots in a casserole, top with a couple cans of drained French cut green beans, and some cream of mushroom soup poured over the top and bake..
I think the fettuccine will work the best…that would figure as I tossed out the grated Parmesan I had…it had a touch of mold. Alfredo sauce is the easiest stuff to make…all the fancy names scare everyone off…
Follow instructions on the fettuccine. Your Alfredo sauce consists of equal parts of
- heavy whipping cream…1/2 C
- butter…1 stick
- grated Parmesan cheese 1/2 C
On your stovetop, melt your butter together with your whipping cream, over low heat…add your grated Parm and let it melt…add to your just cooked and drained (not rinsed) fettuccine, and toss…Your pals will think you part time at Olive Garden.
I have been known to toss cooked, cut up chicken into the sauce, just before adding to noodles..turkey will work too…
OK I’ve about stretched this out as much as I can..
what kind of gun is this?
image from Madd Medic