Morning!!!!!! How is everyone doing? We had a really nice weekend over here.....didn't get out too much and had some family time! What did you do over the weekend?
So yesterday, I was going to take my last exam of the semester, which is the reason that I didn't post or comment on many blogs. I spent practically the entire morning studying and prepping. When I sat down to actually take the test, however, I didn't know hardly any of the answers! I even pulled out all the other tests that I have taken during the course of the semester and none of the questions were even close to being the same. So, we called the school and found out that my test was based on an old book that was completely different from our more current book. Also, that particular teacher happens to be on holiday, so I may or may not be taking that exam this week..... it was frustrating, but at least I didn't have to take a test that I wasn't prepared for!
Today, I have one of my sister's favorite lunches to share with ya'll! It's really sort of a non-recipe, but delicious nonetheless. A couple of days ago she told me that if I ever wanted to use any of her food for the blog I could, so here we go:
We eat a lot of pasta here, which my sister loves. Usually we have some leftover after a big dinner. So, one of my sister's favorite ways to clean stuff out of the fridge is to make "pasta bowls". Basically all we do is take some leftover pasta and throw whatever else is in the fridge that looks good on top. This can be leftover chopped veggies, cheese, roast chicken, lunchmeat, cream sauce, etc. One thing she always does is season the pasta bowl with a sprinkle of barbeque dry rub and seasoned salt. Here's a picture of her most recent bowl:
Anyway, there ya have it....a quick lunch that helps get rid of stuff sitting in the fridge! :D What's your favorite clean-out-the-fridge meal?
On the agenda for today is making my last few batches of cookie dough, whipping up some frosting and hanging out with the family! What are ya'll up to today?
That's about it....se ya'll later!