Tuesday, February 10, 2009

I don't want to

Sometimes, I don't want to cook. But I still want good food. And I can't afford to order in or go out. So, what to do?

I eat my "lazy bastard" food. This is food that is readily available in my house, takes little assembly and tastes good. On Sunday, this was a grilled cheese sandwich and tomato salad.


I wanted tomato soup, but was too lazy to make it. I had a few leftover rinds of Gruyere and Parmesan that I grated and put between some of Zack's sub par sandwich bread with a few grinds of pepper. I heated it in a frying pan with a little olive oil and burned it a bit, but it still tasted good.

Today, my lazy bastard food was arugula salad with a sourdough roll. I had some arugula from a bag from Trader Joe's, shaved a tiny bit of Parmesan over it, a little salt, a little pepper, and some amazing oil and vinegar from Zack's mom. It's really good. If I always had oil and vinegar this good, I would eat salad every single day.


What's your lazy bastard food?

5 comments:

David Borgen said...

you SHOULD eat salad every day...go ahead and splurge on some good EVOO and vinegar...eat plants...db

Asha said...

quesadillas, most definitely.

Mikochan said...

Miso soup, and anything you can add to rice to cook with it in the rice cooker. :P

Meredith said...

Cheese toast, which is easier than grilled cheese because you don't have to dirty a pan.

or just a slice of organic american cheese...

Or a very quick pasta with frozen peas and some parmesan.

Is Mr. Borgen actually going to buy you that good EVOO and vinegar? That sounded like an offer to me...

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