Sunday, July 13, 2008

Cooking With Sheena, Part 7

With the burn of fresh garlic lodged in her nostrils the morning after, Sheena woke up bleary eyed on Saturday and wanted more. Always wanting more.

Ran through the mental checklist from the previous night's dinner and headed to the local market for the missing pieces.

Eggs, anchovy paste, romaine lettuce, parmesan... already had everything else and had one of last weekend's panini rolls still in the fridge for home made croutons...

Please ensure the anchovy paste never leaves the kitchen. It is highly unsuitable as a toothpaste substitute.

Stale bread finds new life with garlic and dried oregano.

99 cents a head.

Vile stuff on its own.

Ummm.... real live warm bacon bits.

Crushed garlic, anchovy paste, egg yolk, olive oil, bit of parmesan

Toasted in the oven until crunchy

More than 40 leaves. FCS.

Lookin' good baby.
Ahh.... near perfection. With a Vineland Sauvignon Blanc on the side.

Only thing we screwed up on was forgetting a dab of Dijon mustard. Sheena detests mustard and had none at home. Forgot to pick some up at the store. Might have been the one little missing something... Will keep experimenting. Have to now, still have 99.9% of this fucking anchovy paste to get rid of.


At 1:03 PM, Blogger Romantic Heretic said...

On the other hand brushing your teeth with anchovy paste is sure to wake you up.

At 11:43 PM, Anonymous jason bo green said...

God, I wish we were roommates... I would do all the dishes and your laundry! And clean the bathroom monthly!

Okay, weekly!

At 11:56 PM, Anonymous Midnight said...

Sheena could never have too many minions.

At 12:27 AM, Anonymous Midnight said...

Oh and Jason, you meant 'Goddess', didn't you?

At 3:37 PM, Blogger raymi lauren said...

it's cray cray how much a difference the addition of mustard is

that sentence looks way retarded

At 3:50 PM, Anonymous Fenderbender said...

if you want a great mustard, try Kozlik's, made in Ontario and 33 different kinds to choose from.... support Saskatchewan growers and Ontario makers. I have 4 of them around now and am a mustard fiend having 5 other kinds in my fridge right now, if you can count French's ballpark crap....


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