Cooking is not my thing. BORING! To sum it up, basically I’m just lazy… and cooking for one person sucks because the microwave oven was invented for people like me…. you know… the people who like to press buttons and have hypersonic rays cook their food so the micro transmissions can fry your brain. When I was taking courses at Bridgerland to become a transcriptionist, there was this lady in my class who would always inform me of the danger of cooking in the microwave… especially cooking in tupperware/plastic containers. And I’m all like… “Honey… you seen my brain lately? Fried to the maximum!”
The worst part about cooking for me is cleaning up afterwards. I make a mess when I cook… and then I get all overwhelmed with the clean up, because a germ-a-phobe has to dirty approximately 4 times the amount of utensils, pots, dishes, etc., than a non-germ-a-phobe. I’m getting kind of frustrated, though, with my limited meal choices. Not that I don’t love sandwiches, salads, and salads and sandwiches, I just think I need to mix it up on occasion. So, I pledged that I would pick out at least one meal a week from my trusty vetrinarian (erm… I meant vegetarian) cookbook and cook it… and make enough to have leftovers for at least 2 days.
My first NEW meal, which I made this past Monday, was Chinese-style veggies and noodles. And I gotta say… it was mighty delicious… MIGHTY! I ate it for 2-1/2 days straight… plus it was low on the calories with so many veggies… less than 300 calories for a big serving. I loved to slice a bunch of graper termaters and throw them on the top of it… HEAVEN!!
Question of the Day: What are some of your favorite (easy) meals!
Side Note: Happy Birthday on Mondee, United States! Hope everyone has a fun, safe, and productive 4th of July weekend. Since it is a holiday on Monday, I will not be posting a blog post, but will return come Tuesdee to the regularly scheduled nonsense! Thank you all for reading!