I had all of these great ideas for this week of cooking. I wanted to try to make matzoh from scratch. Even Mark Bittman is doing it! Then I was going to make a beautiful egg white omelet with the leftover eggs from the Chocolate Pots Jars de Creme. Then perhaps I would make passover-granola, or even passover granola bars.
As Easter gets closer, I was going to decorate eggs (my favorite!). I hoped to make some Anise biscotti to bring to my Queens set of faithful taste-testers. I know it’s Passover and I shouldn’t be playing with the chametz. In my interpretation, as long as I don’t eat it, then it’s okay to have around. Besides, it wouldn’t be fair to Mike (only a 1/4-Jew) if I didn’t let him eat leavened foods during Pesach.
All of these grandiose plans were left by the wayside by a cold. Except I’m so stuffy right now it sounds more like, “by plands were lebeled by a cold.” I’m not sure where this cold came from, but it came out of nowhere and sideswiped Mike and me. I stayed home yesterday to contemplate my pounding head and desire to sleep. Today I went to work. By the afternoon, I was thinking wistfully of our couch. So instead of cooking, I’ll sit on the couch and think of cooking.
One response to “Thinking of better things to cook”
Hope you feel better soon. Just take it easy I like the drawing 🙂