Weekend Update

Last weekend was go time to roll out the Sacramento Co. CCW class, so I spent little time doing anything else.  It was a great experience, but didn’t leave a lot of room for other fun things – like the CA State Fair and cooking.

"Praying Mantis is praying." -Shenaniguns

I perceive the fair lost it’s appeal long ago, but I go anyway — just because.  I think all the fun diminished after cultural days were done away with in favor of equally celebrating cultures everyday.  Now it’s just a muddled mess of gooback celebration.  Oh well.  I still have funnel cakes, cute women in straw hats, animals, and student art.

Pre-CCW, I would attach my knife and Surefire flashlight to my waist line under a shirt (No clips showing at the pockets).  Depending on the time of day, security would vary, but they typically checked my bag and told me to have a nice day.  On weekends or after 4PM, it’s practically guaranteed security would start wanding individual patrons.  Except this weekend, I avoided those times.  So I was naked with the exception of a Preon 2 flashlight and a Swiss Army knife on my keys.  I ate only one funnel cake, pumpkin spice caramel apple, and fried peaches.  According to a pedometer I “won,” I walked 6835 steps.

Providing children playful entertainment even after his death.

For dinner, I wanted to try out a new book I received.  I was initially skeptical.  C’mon… “eating well?”  Eating well has been marketed as, “cut all forms of fat, eat like a bunny with portions of a mouse.”  Looking through the book; however, it provided a lot of common foods found in typical grocery stores with ingredient alternatives that don’t make think you, WTF?  So far, its’ recipes are well thought-out, simple and quite tasty!  It’s apparently a website, too.

ISBN 978-0-88150-935-9

One recipe is the Inside-Out Lasagna; a basic lasagna with ricotta cheese, pasta, tomatoes, garlic, and spinach — without the layering.

Add diced onion and garlic to a skillet coated with olive oil and cook until glazed. Add sliced mushrooms and season with salt/pepper as necessary. Add canned, diced tomatoes with Italian herbs and baby spinach — cook until spinach wilts. Prepare pasta (I used whole grain rotini.) Mix the two and add ricotta to individual servings.

I don’t have a photo, but trust that it’s easy enough to try.

This evening, I made the Tortellini Primavera.  Too easy.

Easier than pie.

I also finally edited some photos for upcoming reviews. Stay tuned.

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