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05 February 2007 @ 10:36 am
Q & A - #6 - "Do you like to cook?"  

Q & A - #6 - "Do you like to cook? If so, what's your best culinary creation?" ~

thatgirlygirl

I have never nor will ever claim culinary mastery. Or even apprenticeship. I try to stick to what I'm good at, and cooking isn't one of them. That said, I love eating culinary creations. This is why I drink Diet Dr. Pepper, play basketball as often as the schedule allows, and listen to audio books on my iShuffle while walking too and from class or the post office and around local neighborhoods. Gotta keep off the poundage.

Some of my culinary attempts at creation (Do not try this at home):

1) potatoes, ground beef, eggs, cheese, and green peppers in a skillet
2) spaghetti noodles, eggs (I like eggs), cheese, and Tabasco sauce
3) tortilla, spaghetti noodles, meat sauce, cheese

YOUR LUCKY DAY!!!!! My mother-in-law's hand-me-down (How many hyphenated words can I use in a row?) family-secret spaghetti sauce is tasty enough we've decided to share it with whomever wishes to use it. Here it is, the recipe card, or the e-version anyway. Enjoy. We sure have. Perhaps you already noticed the fine spaghetti sauce splatters on the card. It's a veteran recipe card.


That's dang good spaghetti sauce. And if you like things spicy, then you can use spicy sausage in the sauce. Let it simmer for at least an hour, and it'll definitely kick things up a notch.
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Newport2Newport: Love is in the airnewport2newport on February 5th, 2007 08:30 pm (UTC)
So...cheese and spaghetti noodles are staples in the Stephens household, eh?

How are your classes this quarter? Hope you're having fun. Again, you were sorely missed in PFL!
The Blog of Author Jonathan Stephensjonstephens on February 6th, 2007 05:18 pm (UTC)
Cheese is definitely a staple. Okay, that just sounds weird. Cheese and Staples.

My courses are great! I'm getting to read Sherwood Anderson's WINESBURG, OHIO, a book I've wanted to read for a long time. And I just got to read a collection of stories by Ethan Canin. They were brilliant!

PFL ... :( ... I'm still going through withdrawals ...
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The Blog of Author Jonathan Stephensjonstephens on February 6th, 2007 05:19 pm (UTC)
I know! Aren't those 3 concoctions totally ick?

Have fun with the spaghetti. It usually feeds us for a week.
(Anonymous) on February 5th, 2007 11:54 pm (UTC)
These are cool posts, J.S. I've been enjoying them with a side of coffee in the afternoon.

Happy (late) birthday, by the way -- enjoy 28!
The Blog of Author Jonathan Stephensjonstephens on February 6th, 2007 05:21 pm (UTC)
Thanks, Anonymous. Coffee in the afternoon is such a good thing.

Akin to that soft sunglow that filters between the blinds just after sunrise.