Monthly Archives: February 2012

Holy land market

The Holy Land market on central is amazing. I have been in a pita pocket kick but don’t really like the price of them. Matt made gyros and we were looking for cucumber sauce for them. So, we went and checked out Holy Land market. I will be going back, added bonus its only a few blocks from my work. Also, they pitas are made fresh in the store.


Ben’s Birthday dinner

For Ben’s Birthday our house hold made chicken wings, mushroom burgers and mashed cauliflower. It was amazing.

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The best frozen pizza



Noodles and veggies

I bought a bunch of veggies with no plan, which is not always the best idea. This time it turned out wonderfully.

-2 zucchini, sliced
-a bundle if asparagus, sliced into two inches
– two handful of mushrooms, sliced

1. Put water in to boil
2. Cut veggies, put into oven at 400 degrees for about 15-20 min
3. Cook noodles
4. Mix sauce, noodles and veggies together


Bye bye favorite wine glass

My favorite wine glass of all time was taken out my a tail recently 😦 it was very sad, I was right there, I even started running to save it but I was not quick enough. Very sad day. Jill got it for me for I think my birthday a couple of years ago. It was made of a stone and very heavy.

Just a couple of days earlier my sister asked me to send her a picture of it because she wanted to show her friend it.

Now this is all that is left

biscuits and gravy

My roommate buys gravy in a can, yuk. This recipe is so quick and easy I don’t understand why you would ever use gravy from a jar.

-1 lb of breakfast sausage I think it’s a pound, the tub you find in the frozen section
– 1/4 cup flower
– 4 cups milk
– biscuits


1. Preheat oven (how have hight it says on biscuit package)

2. Brown meat

3. Put biscuits in oven

4. Add flower while stirring.

Before stirring

After stirring flower in

5. Add have of milk (2 cups) let it cook for a bit

6. Add last two cups of milk, cook till it thickens up

My breakfast


So, my directions are not really helpful but I like the pictures 🙂

Fajitas about 4 Servings

– three peppers, I used one red, one yellow and one green
– One large onion
– Three large chicken breasts
– Shredded cheese
– Sour cream, salsa if you want

– Next time I want to saute a package of fresh mushrooms as well

– equal parts oil and lemon juice, I used a little over 1/4 cup
– minced garlic
– Seasonings, salt and pepper, anything else you want to throw in


1. Marinade chicken, throw every thing into a ziplock bag and let sit for about an hour

2. Cut veggies up

3. Saute veggies

4. Cook chicken

My dinner