I snack a lot in the evenings, I eat pretzels and apples usually. Some evenings I eat lo-fat tortilla chips and a corn and black bean pasta. I love that. (Citrus is also in, YEAH!)
Last night Sherry was preparing Lasagna for so I thought I would get in her way and make me a snack. While the sauce was simmering, I washed and cut into 1/2” to 3/4” chunks three carrots and three stalks of celery. Added to the bowl was about three tablespoons of Raspberry Vinaigrette dressing. I sprinkled Mrs Dash (original) liberally and a little salt. I found a 1/4 sweet onion in the refer, cut it up and added it.
(The bowl was full 20 minutes ago)
Sherry needed a block of Mozzarella cut into slices, so what I had left was chunked and added to my snack. I liked it. I had some dried Raspberries, I should have added those, but I didn’t. My problem is I make this for the evening and eat it in 20 minutes. Shucks, now what else can I make?
(Lasagna being put together, I just noticed the box behind the Pyrex, yeah you guessed it, Chocolate Hazelnut Rolls, Sherry’s goodies.)
I like Mrs. Dash, since I don’t know a thing about spices (except ketchup, salt and pepper). I use that so I can say I added some spices. I am laughing to myself. We came home last year and a baggie of green leaves was on our step. I looked around, not gonna touch the stuff. I knew it was marijuana someone had delivered to the wrong place. In awhile Sherry got a call from Mary, Corinne’s mama, “Did you find the parsley I left you?”
“Sure did, and thanks,” whew mystery cleared and we ain’t headed to jail. hahaha.
(That is Parmesan Cheese on top and a pound of mozzarella inside with a lot of goodies.)
The lasagna is finished and ready for the refer, we found a spot for it, barely. This recipe is the best lasagna I have ever tasted. Sherry got it from Joan Doughton while we were in the Navy. She serves it with a salad and Garlic bread. MMM good.
Now I am trying to slow the chunky salad down, I have added green tea and mixed nuts on the side.
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