Thanks to anyone who read my little ode to insane amounts of paperwork the other night!
It was a marathon-sprint trying to get that stuff done. My post that night helped me re-focus.
That's what writing did for me back in the day,
especially when it came to other writing I didn't want to do.
I'm a naturally easily distractible person.
I've had a phone conversation, g-chat conversation,
king.com game time, and google reader catch-up time -
all since starting this post.
:::[hold on - gotta play this game. no, i'm serious.]:::
so tonight I'm made a roast chicken.
Roast chicken doesn't really equal summer, but
it's not scorching outside,
I had a bird in my fridge waiting to be cooked,
and it was on sale at Hy-Vee.
So like anyone who is a fairly new wife with an aversion to cooking until she actually starts would know,
it's good to have some help in the how-to and inspiration department.
So one day back in '07, John and I were perusing Borders in Ames and I found this little number:
It's fantastic. Lots of great ideas and really simple, affordable recipes that make for great food.
I made a roasted chicken from it tonight. Well, that, and a lemon basil roast chicken i found online, and the instructions for a sage-rubbed chicken on the wrapper. Sort of a combination.
I'll let you know how that baby turned out soon! :)