I am always curious about how people eat: what they have for meals and snacks, how they nourish themselves with food.
And now that I live in the food alternate universe, I find that it is bloggers who open their kitchens and show me what's cooking. And then they give me their recipes, which I change and make even tastier.
And in the past couple days I have had such great success that I wanted to share it with the whole world.
Last night, I ate a pot pie, with a buttery, flaky crust on the top and bottom. It was tasty, had a thick gravy, and was completely Gluten (and mostly dairy) free. And it was delicious!
The recipe called for simple ingredients: meat, veggies, sauce. I improved it by using some Thanksgiving turkey leftovers, sweet potatoes and green beans.
Oh. My. Goodness.
I actually had two helpings and didn't leave any bites on my plate. Astonishing.
The only problem is that I didn't take a picture. Maybe next time.
Lunch was great: oatmeal pancakes made with leftover oatmeal that were moist on the outside and a bit crunchy on the outside.
And tonight's menu is equally spectacular: veggie frittata, salad, and a fresh loaf of bread.
Remember, there is always room at the table.