There was no fancy dinner, in fact it was a hurried meal of left-over ravioli from the other night. We spent most of the day apart, me taking care of Peanut and you getting some much needed work. The time we did spend were doing ordinary Sunday tasks like attending Mass, grocery shopping and returning some items to various stores. Still, I wouldn’t want to do ( or not do) any of these without you.
Happy 12 years of marriage!
Actually, I’m not sure if I want to thank it or curse it. It’s a great way to occupy kids. To the point where all I see is this when she’s watching Wizards of Waverly. Even after I say her name multiple times with increasing volume.
On the other hand, I would love it if Peanut would be occupied by an iPad or the television for more than 1 minute.
Yup, I’m thanking cauliflower today. It’s sad, but I really had nothing else.
Today was another left-over day, but with no left-over vegetables as a side. I cut a whole head of cauliflower, sprinkled some olive oil and sea salt and roasted it for 30 minutes. Even Peanut enjoyed it and the four of us polished off the whole head in minutes.
Roasting vegetables is so much tastier than boiling or steaming. I can’t believe I only discovered it last year. Roasting brings out a whole new taste and adds complexity to the vegetable. If you have never roasted broccoli or cauliflower before, go do it. You won’t regret it.