Tuesday, July 14, 2009

In a cooking mood...

This was awesomely yummy! 1 pita & garlic hummus from Judy's Oasis at Westside Market + 1 slice Garlic Cheese from Fave Westside Market Cheesemonger (Always forget thir name - but they are down by the streudel and fudge vendors) + diced green peppers, peas, red onion, mushrooms & black beans from the salad bar at work, nuked till the cheese melted. It just sounded good today for no reason. Might have to do this again. (Although, it does have side effects - A vampire wouldn't get within a mile of me today. Stinky, stinky...even with brushing teeth and minty gum)

Going to make Ohio City Pasta Papradelle with diced cherry smoked sausage, a splash of EVOO and a variety of diced veggies (red pepper, mushrooms, onion, sugar snap peas, tomato, zucchini) for dinner tonight. Maybe a drizzle of balsamic to finish it, hmmm....

I love going to the Westside Market on the weekends - totally inspires me to cook all week!


soar like an osprey said...

Want a quick quiche recipe?
I'll give you one anyways ;)
1 frozen pastry pie crust, 4 eggs, 1 cup sour cream, half onion (chopped up) a pinch of cayenne pepper or chilli powder, 3 strips of bacon or ham (cut into small bits), 1 tomato (sliced). 1 tbs parsley

Thaw pastry pie crust for approx 10 mins and stab with a fork all over. pre-cook for 10 mins at 400.

Meanwhile- mix eggs and sour cream parsley and pepper together in a bowl til smooth.

Take pastry from oven and reduce the heat to 370. Layer bacon (or ham) and onion in the bottom of the crust. Add the egg mix, top with sliced tomatoes, and grated cheese.
Bake at 370 for 30 mins and then check(take it out and gently jiggle from side to side to see if it's wobbly in the middle), keep checking until the filling is solid (not wobbly in the middle). Take it out and let it cool.
Especially good for a hollow heart. ;)

Kristi Smart Romantic Fantasy Coats and Clothing. said...

I found your blog by hitting the random "Next Blog" button.
Glad I did. Your post is making me hungry! Im going to try this!


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