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Cooking Crafts: My Pasta Salad Recipe (334/365)
This afternoon I made up a batch of my own recipe for pasta salad--for Jim's lunches for a couple days. He loves pasta--I like it too, but not quite as much, so making this for his lunch sometimes is perfect. Plus it's quick and easy (Jim usually chops up the peppers, too, but we're doing something tonight so I made it up earlier). Oh, and it's a *lot* cheaper than buying it at the supermarket...2 servings is probably cheaper than 1 store bought pot! Elizabeth's Pasta Salad: Corkscrew Pasta (I never measure--just toss in the amount you want) 2 Peppers Olive Oil (I switch between flavored oils--this time rosemary--but plain is good too) 1 Carrot Pesto (again, I switch flavors--green, red, it's all good--whatever you're in the mood for) Tomatoes (I like a selection--orange, yellow, plum, etc.) Grated Italian Cheese Sea Salt and Pepper to taste --Cut the peppers and carrot and toss in with the pasta; boil everything for 10 minutes --Drain, add olive oil, pesto, sea salt, and pepper to taste --Top with tomatoes and grated cheese --Pop in the fridge and eat cold!Cheap Meat
Here are some "Brazilian BBQ Beef Steaks" I bought from the neighborhood "Park N Shop" (grocery store with lackluster service, and blah pricing). You'll notice the price says $19. For four steaks that sounds fair right? Oh yeah, this is in Hong Kong dollars, which means this 4-pack of steaks cost less than $3 US. With prices that cheap, I think my mind made it taste worse than usual...
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