Something that I love is eating. I think about food, I draw food, (thanks to Twinkie) I crochet food -- I dream up suppers and restaurants, snacks and treats. Unfortunately, I'm not the richest at the moment, so I can't try to make everything I want. Lucky for me, my boyfriend is a great cook and loves to food-experiment. Sometimes things turn out weird (curry + tator tots?), but usually it turns out delicious (homemade white pasta sauce). Tonight was a fun, an inexpensive, night.
4 packs of ramen (22 cents each), 1 pack of thin cut pork chops ($5), 1 pack of green onions (59 cents). Not so bad! Mark is the king of pork chops, so he cooked those up with lots of onion powder and pepper while I chopped -- and ate -- the green onions. After the chops were cooked, he cut them into strips and let them hang out with the onions for a bit in a bowl. He added water to the pan where the pork chops were, and cooked the ramen up! Added it all together and supper is ready! Perfect with a can of Coke, I say.
Admittedly not the most healthy supper, but it was cheap & filling - which is great for a Monday night. What do you put in your ramen? Another trick I have with the noodles is to add a big spoonful of peanut butter. Trust me, it's great.
Alright, I'm outta here. I have some more Breaking Bad to watch. I'm on the fifth episode of season one. It's got me, it really has. I'm stuck in another show. These people I love, why? Terminally ill meth-cooker. Undead southern asshole. Emotionless serial killer. What else!