I am the queen of buying vast quantities of vegetables and then completely forgetting about them until it’s too late. Jim always gets on me about it, but I go into it with the best of intentions.
I noticed tonight that I had some broccoli on it’s way out, along side some snow pea pods that were probably heading the same direction. With the addition of some slices of carrot, a pasta primavera type dish seemed in the making.
I sauteed some garlic and then whisked in some flour, soy milk and nutritional yeast to make a creamy sauce, which we had over the veggies, some chickpeas and whole wheat fettucini. So good and it gave me hope for spring.
We were also greeted today by a squirrel friend who is a little too comfortable with humans and cats. She was upset when we ran out of squirrel treats in the backyard and let her presence be known by jumping up on the air conditioning unit and tapping on the window. She was completely unfazed by Bindhi, and in turn Bindhi wasn’t too impressed with her. I don’t mind the interaction, but I know that not everyone is charmed by squirrelly visitors and we have some cantankerous, old neighbors.
Hope you all have a great weekend!
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