I'm seeing a lot of baked potato in the meal updates. What about brown / wild rice, or is it a time thing?
Hi DMS! That's a good question and I'm glad you asked. I guess, looking back, I haven't said a whole lot about brown rice but I do eat it. I even enjoy it. But I think those meals are less interesting to me and so I don't post about them. I'll be more conscientious of that going forward. I'm pretty well organized in the kitchen and I usually cook my rice first thing in the morning of the day I'm going to serve it so I don't have to wait around for the 45 minutes for it to cook. I have to come back to wild rice, I ate it regularly when I was cooking for myself (a few trips around the sun ago) and left it out for budget reasons as our family grew and had forgotten about it, really. I could start that back up, thanks for mentioning it. I also really do like different kinds of potato in various seasons.
Mmmmmm, coleslaw! Care to share the dressing recipe?
Uh oh! I don't know the proportions I used but let's try this. Grate as much green and red cabbage as you want, grate a carrot or two. (Let's say you used 1/4 big cabbage and two carrots, k?) Add about 1 handful of raisins / and or sunflower seeds. Take a soup spoon out of the drawer and carry as much mayo as it'll take from the container to bowl, do that twice. Leave that spoon in the bowl. Take another soup spoon out and dip it deep into your honey, let that drizzle over the salad until you have no more desire to wait and spoon is barely covered, stick this spoon in your mouth, then into the sink. Stir well. If you thought to make coleslaw before everything else is ready, good for you and put it in the fridge to meld the flavours. If not, serve and eat. Hope that works out for you. Let me know!