Whiney Food Bloggings Winding Down?


The past couple of days have been lax on the diet front. Tuesday there was chocolate as I visited Sherane’s new place and watched the new Futurama movie (7.25/10) and a documentary on nature documentaries. Wednesday was D&D and everyone brought chips. Today I treated myself to some Cadbury’s mini-eggs but resisted Falafully Good (barely).

On to the crockery: Experiment # 6. Not good. Don’t mix onion soup mix and mushroom soup and rosemary. Sweet potatoes are good though, and slightly less calories than regular potato, apparently. I misplaced my one fork so I’m eating this chicken breast with chopsticks. The other tenants keep throwing out my plastic forks assuming they’re garbage. Idiots.

One Reply to “Whiney Food Bloggings Winding Down?”

  1. You’ve inspired me. I used my crock pot yesterday for a pot roast, and it came out amazing. I have yummy leftovers for days. 2 reasons I’m not sure you’ll want to try it. 1- it’s beef, and you seem to stick with chicken. 2 – it required cutting vegetables, and since you only have one misplaced fork, I’m not sure you have a sharp knife. But I’ll share the recipe with you anyway.
    3 medium potatoes, thinly sliced
    2 large carrots, thinly sliced
    1 onion, thinly sliced
    a 3 – 4 pound beef rump roast
    1 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp black pepper
    1/2 cup water or beef broth (I used beef broth)

    Put the sliced vegetables into the bottom of the crock pot. Salt and pepper the beef. Put the beef on top of the vegetables in the crock pot. Pour the broth into the pot. Cover.
    Put the pot on LOW for 10 – 12 hours.

    Serve, eat, and swoon in gastronomic rapture.

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