I used to cut it into 1" pieces and stir fry/saute it with strips of red bell pepper, onions, etc. Very tasty.
Steam or boil, and serve at whatever temperature you prefer, with salad dressing. Sometimes at Easter I would do that, serving them on a salad plate alongside some type of potato, such as au gratin or just new potatoes, rosemary chicken, etc. I left the dressing to each person. Some people used vinaigrette, others preferred ranch. To each their own.
Yeah for the pumpkin pie and pizzas! You may want to not wait too long to get another pumpkin pie, as I'll bet that they will be slammed with people getting them for Thanksgiving, which is surprisingly close.
Oh, cool about the cheese, and brownies!
What are your plans for the unsweetened chocolate? I'll bet that some in a pot would make great cocoa, and allow you to control the sugar. Hmmmm, that's what I want, cocoa.
The Applewood bacon sounds fantastic! I used to eat Applewood smoked chicken cold cuts. I would saute them in a skillet, then use them either in eggs, or on a BLT, as the 'B.' The fragrance alone, of it cooking, used to make me swoon! :-)
Yeah on the parm. and breads! We ate pitas a lot in our poor, 1st married years, as we were able to get it at that warehouse I've mentioned that we went with Dfil to each Sunday, super cheap. In fact, oldest Dd traded off between Zweiback (sp?) and pitas when she was teething, lol!
That was when I came up with 'the method' for making them into pizzas. Even served them to friends. :-)
Useful sounding produce!
Wow, that sounds like an excellent sounding meal! Good choices.
Definitely staples from Amazon. I wouldn't be good, though. I'd probably eat the cookies *with* the potato chips...I like sweet and salty together, it's a curse. :-) Unless having cookies with tea.
I use penne, too. Not exclusively, but especially when making a pasta skillet dish. Cook meat and veges in the skillet, season as desired, (you can go in an Italian direction, Mexican direction, etc.) add in just under al dente penne, and cheese if using. Cook to meld. Eat immediately.
What I like about penne in that application, is the texture. It doesn't mush up, and really gives you something to bite into.
I need batteries, too, since evacuating and using a lot of ours.
Yes, it's that time of year. Expecting our notification at the end of the month, then have about 5 weeks to pay it. Sheesh.
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