Guess what we learned how to cook?
Last Friday, a guest came into town and we made breaded and baked boneless pork chops. They were good. As of today, we still have two in the fridge, along with a yuppy salad we presented at that meal.
Know what would be good?
1) Slice up the left over chops
2) Simmer with pre-made spaghetti sauce (I have tons in the freezer that I made in January)
3) Cook 1 pkg of noodles
4) Mix all well
Name the dish Pasta al Dente with Lightly Breaded Crispy Pork in a Spinach Red Sauce.
Heck, garnish it with Italian parsley and this idea will never be discovered for what it is: LEFTOVERS.
Increasingly often, I take a walk. Each time this happens, I have a thought. This is Nicole Sauce's Thought of the Walk.
I love it when science fiction creeps into society. Check out this pic from woot.
Apparently, no one wanted to run around looking like a Star Trek character, because these have not done so well in stores. Even funnier is Woot's warning:
"WARNING: Works only with 5th-generation iPod Video. Woot, Inc. and it subsidiaries cannot be held responsible if you wear this in public and get beaten up for looking like a tool. Not officially licensed for Star Trek convention usage. Do not use Myvu while driving, walking, running, flying a plane, captaining a boat, driving a train, riding a bicycle, or piloting a Segway. Boy, imagine somebody wearing one of these on a Segway. Talk about a total loser. Not for sale in stores anymore, we don’t think. No nutritional value. No cash value. No honest, hardworking American values. Not much value at all, come to think of it. Action figures sold separately."
I am still laughing over this post from Lannae's blog.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WofFb_eOxxA&feature=player_embeddedIf only we had this problem with our cats...