This shall henceforth be known as the entry that I’ve been meaning to write but haven’t had the energy to do so. I live a really busy life right now, you know, Arrested Development marathons, waiting by the phone for the job interviews that never come, neglecting my pigsty of a room, Facebook… As I said, really, monumentally busy. So busy I played 8 games of Uno with my brother this morning and won 7. Yep, I’ma livin’ the life.
Some semi-recent adventures in the kitchen:
Of course, I added my own spices and such, but the overall recipe is the same. Didn’t add the truffle oil, because what college student can afford that shit?!
It gets an A+ as leftovers too, especially paired with a toasty piece of sourdough.
This is one of my go-to snacks and it really can’t be beat. Cheap, healthy, easy, and fast. And to think I used to hate avocado! It just goes to show that if you try enough, taste buds change.
That Daiya grilled cheese tasted scarily like the Kraft single grilled cheeses that I used to hate as a vegetarian. Which is to say, that it was disgusting. It even had the same horrible cheese smell. Egads.
Dairy cheese = gross
Therefore: Daiya cheese that is the supposed “game changer”= gross
Sorry fellow vegan bloggers who swoon over the stuff. I will continue to try to like Daiya, but no promises. As of right now, I’ve had it on nachos, grilled cheese, pasta, and a casserole (I picked it off) and my verdict hasn’t changed. For now, I’m going to stick to my beloved nooch. It may not taste “like” cheese, but it’s not supposed to! That’s the beauty of it.
Okay, Daiya rant over.
I think having nothing to do is actually making me lazier. Scary thought.
Check back for an Amy’s macaroni & cheese review, coming soon (after just one more Gilmore Girls episode, promise).