|Almost perfectly square bread!
(Peanut butter from my snack stash. I spread it with the spork)
|The trash left over|
My husband and me. Tonight. Chatting over the toddler jumping on couch risking life and limb as usual.
Mrs. Q: “Today I had Salisbury steak for lunch today.”
Hubby: “You know that was my favorite meal as a child.”
Mrs. Q, remembering: “Oh yeah…I think you mentioned that before.”
Hubby: “My mom would ask what I wanted for dinner and I’d reply, ‘Salibury steak TV dinner.'”
Mrs. Q: Laughing silently.
Toddler pretends to feed us food, “cold!” “hot!” “brr, cold!”
Hubby: “It was easy for her, just throw it into the oven. They were in foil then. The Salisbury steak was in the triangular part, the corn, the brownie, and the mashed potatoes were in little squares on top.”
Mrs. Q, chuckling: “You’d choose [other amazing food cooked by his mom] for Salisbury steak in a package?”
Hubby: “Yep. Crazy, right?”
Mrs. Q: “I’m blogging this!”
Just another crazy night in the Q household talking about food (even the toddler)
I want to announce the winner of the giveaway of Lunch Lessons by Ann Cooper. I announced it a week ago when Chef Ann’s Great American Salad Bar Project did a guest post. There we 40 comments on that post and the random number chosen was: #15
Speaking about Chef Ann, she will be in the Midwest at the 2010 REAP Food for Thought Festival in Madison, Wisconsin (September 24th and 25th). If you live in the area, you might want to check it out! Maybe I could swing a quick road trip up north… Man, I’d love to meet her in person!