*Apologies in advance for the crazy spacing. I just can't figure it out tonight.*
I can't remember what I are for breakfast, but it probably had something to do with those evil chocolate chunk cookies from Costco. But maybe not, since I had an orthodontist appointment at noon.
I do remember that I had a late lunch. I made one of my favorite new recipes - Thai Peanut Noodles from Our Best Bites (which happens to be my favorite online source for recipes right now). I usually add some stir-fried chicken, but I skipped the chicken today. And Miss M, who has never eaten it when I cooked with chicken, ate a small bowlful today. She also helped me cook it, which may have also had something to do with her choice to actually eat it.
Not only are they mildly spicy noodles in a soy/ginger/peanut/honey/sriracha sauce, it's topped with peanuts, green onions, cilantro, and lime juice. I was thrilled that she liked it!
Later in the day, I decided I'd give a new recipe a try - something I've been wanting to do for ages. The kids weren't interested - they were more interested in the painting I was starting, but I was waiting for paint to dry so they found something else to do.
Can you guess what I was making? It's butter! (Or, soon-to-be-butter when I snapped this picture.) The process was very simple, though it took some time and plenty of effort. I was very pleased with the result!
After the dairy adventure, it was time to start dinner. I did most of the prep work, and hubs did most of the cooking. We had sliders and "Aunt LuAnn's potatoes." Delicious! The kids recognize the potatoes by the aroma, and always love them. And even though the kids aren't great meat-eaters, they each finished an entire slider. I'll call that a success any day!
Dessert? Oh, yes. I'm all about dessert lately (see breakfast, above) - probably because of the evil chocolate chunk cookies from Costco. They are really good smeared with peanut butter....