This Week: A History in Food
They were AMAZING! We also had burgers (yes, ribs AND burgers, barbarians, I know!) and salad.
Oh, right, and beer and wine, of course!
The next day I made Left-Overs Pizza.
Pretty much what it sounds like. I looked in the fridge and we had pineapple and proscuitto and blue cheese and arugula and red onions and some pasta sauce BF made a few days ago. YUM!
With this grub, we had some fancy beers, the Westvleteren XII. Apparently this beer has recently been voted best in the world, and is made in small batches by Trappist monks in Belgium, and sold by them to pay for renovations to their monastery.
Then came Butter Chicken Day. BF had expressed that he'd been craving it but there really aren't a lot of great Indian restaurants around town, so I decided to just make it. I also made some dhal and we had pakoras too but they didn't stay around long enough to be photographed.
It was my first time ever making butter chicken sauce and I have to say, I'm pretty pleased with how it turned out. Now if I can just remember the recipe. :)
Two evenings ago was J, M and my regular gal's night. We did the usual make yummy food, drink yummy wine and chat for hours and hours. This time, J brought her delicious homemade veggie burgers, and I made a pilau. M brought the wine and some lovely lemony gelato for dessert.
Ahhhh, food, how do we love ye?
Hmm, now what's on for tonight?
Till next time!