Cozy Winter August Meal
I know I know–I shouldn’t look a gift cook in the mouth, but–I’m just saying….
My hubs said he’d cook dinner last night for the fam which made me happy. He knows what I like to eat in the summer-especially on a really hot summer day. Predictably, it’s salad, fish, vegetables: light fresh, seasonal. Yah. When I got home and snooped around the kitchen finding one pot on the stove, I asked him what’s for dinner. Bolognese Sauce, he said–and his plan was to cook thick rigatoni noodles for the thick meat sauce. But, it’s 95 degrees out, I said–not February in the Italian mountains! And, where’s the vegetables anyway?? (Plus, I’m trying to loose a little weight here too and he knows it).
I made the veg–some sauteed spinach and tucked into the air conditioning for what could have been a cozy winter night by the fire. And, the problem is that it was just so darn good and I loved every bite of it, and had seconds too boot.
I’m just saying–only a man cooks a winter dinner on August 10th!!
I actually made a roasted vegetable pasta sauce a few nights ago because I had ALL THESE VEGETABLES! It tasted really good, but truly felt like a winter dinner. Can't wait to see your new show…and it's about time YOU had a show!!!
MB:Thanks for saying hi. We started filming the new show yesterday and it is so cool! Tune in September 13th at noon on Hallmark.Best, Lucinda
Stop the diet! There is nothing worse than a cook on TV who likes like they never eat their own food! It feels like autumn in London now, I could happily eat the pasta. I'm already thinking about stew recipes!
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