I like stuff.

Friday, July 28, 2006

For the love all that is good and right, no more salad, please!

Yeah, that's right. Hit the salad burnout point.

So I went digging in my freezer and found some Trader Joe's frozen chicken
perogies, so I made those up with some sauteed green peppers.

Shit, if I were exciting, would I be posting what I ate on a friday night?


Thursday, July 27, 2006


Oh yes, I nearly forgot. With all this salad I've been eating lately, I
figured it was time to take that step forward in my life and shelled out $3
at the Wal-Mart for a salad spinner.

It came with instructions.

Awe, I tells you, awe.

Ugh, the heat.

I don't care if they say the temperature has gone down a little the last
couple days.

I'm still eating salad for dinner.

Although I have taken an affinity to flavored sparkling mineral water.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

cooking again. maybe

Started cooking at home again, starting small.
Sunday, I made a hamburger.
Monday, I baked some chicken and had a salad with it.

Bought some celery and mayo at the store tonight, so I'm thinking a nice
chicken salad with last night's leftover chicken would be tasty, especially
in this heat. Either that or grill up some hot dogs. *shrugs*

Ok, it's boring and it's simple and there's no challenge or artistry.

Beats "cut a slit in film cover and microwave on high for 3 minutes, stir
entree, microwave another 1 1/2 minutes. Let stand 2 months."

Sunday, July 16, 2006


Still too hot in these parts to do any serious cooking, and as I ain't got
anyone to impress with my attempts, I'm going for the lazy.

So it's hot dog night. Cooked up a couple of them hebrew national quarter
pounders, melted some cheddar over them, and added a little spicy brown

Who knows, maybe I'll get a little more creative over the weekend. If it
isn't so hot as it was last weekend, maybe I'll make a roast or something.
Should keep me well-stocked in leftovers.

Friday, July 14, 2006

the cleaning of the refridgerator, part II

So rather than just throwing things out, I'm trying to find new and creative
ways to work my way through foods I would normally like, but know that I
won't be preparing anytime soon.

Tonight's dinner, the miraculous mozzerella, pepper jack, marinated
artichoke heart and bologna sandwich. On white bread.

It didn't taste that bad, actually.

Sunday, July 09, 2006

the cleaning of the refridgerator

Tommyknocker Almond Creme soda tastes like toasted marshmallows. No wonder
the ex-girl liked it.