For the second annual company “Pumpkin Party” this weekend, T and I made some exceptionally delicious hummus. But not just any old hummus. Roasted garlic, rosemary, pumpkin hummus. Yes, yes, yes. It was as amazing as it sounds, we will be making it again by the end of the week, and you can have the recipe. You’re welcome.
In an attempt to stay
distracted busy during my “injured time”, I’ve decided to tackle some of my less-developed life skills that have since been overshadowed by ballet. Par exaaample, I have never been a regular Top Chef. I can make a mean grilled cheese. Seriously. My grilled cheeses should win awards. But recipes longer than 3 steps (butter bread, stack [dat] cheese, grill) has always slightly intimidated me. So, with some free time on my hands, a constantly-hungry tummy and some courage, I will take on the kitchen, one easy dish at a time.
For my first
trying endeavor fun cooking experiment, I chose a Pinterest-inspired recipe for garlic roasted asparagus. I do think it turned out pretty well, although next time I think I could ease up on the garlic just a bit. I was having too much fun mincing it up, I guess!
In the end it only took about 20 minutes from start to finish, but I was so hungry by the end I wasted no time serving it up (to myself) over a bed of mixed greens with some of my rommate’s famous homemade salad dressing and a nice big glass of white wine.
Ahh, nothing like freshly prepared veggies. Until next time, bon appétit, mes amis!