Brought leftovers from The Barn. Reason that as needed to use
microwave in order to reheat (pesto+chicken pasta and mixed kebabs),
food still qualifies under CookOrDie project. Besides, have dinner
plans later, so must plan to CookOrDie for lunch.
Day 11: 2003.12.04 (late entry) (December 5, 2003, 0) - Grabbed flour tortillas and made little burritos. Think have gotten hang of it, but can never be quite sure until burritos are reheated tomorrow. Had to plan ahead because will be out at conference until dinner. Abiding by CookOrDie constraints means packing either lunch or dinner, and lunch seems more hackable.
Have surplus tortillas and lettuce. Ended up
Used up the meatballs (June 29, 2004, 0) - I used up the meatballs by having my mom over for lunch and Marcelle
over for a late dinner, so I can try out other recipes on Thursday.
Lunch was close to perfect. I used the can of spaghetti sauce in the
pantry and one packet of meatballs. Dinner simmered for too long and
was a bit dry. Meatballs
CookOrDie: Passing it on with lemon-rosemary chicken (July 11, 2010, 5) - After I graduated from university, I moved into an apartment-style dormitory with a small kitchen: a toaster oven, a microwave, a hotplate, and a rice cooker. I had never cooked before, but I resolved to make at least one of my meals each day. After lots of strange experiments, I figured out how to make
Sweet potato and chicken vinaigrette salad (February 28, 2006, 0) - Level up!
Purple sweet potato, cubed (1 inch)
Chicken breast, cubed: can be leftovers
Vinaigrette, or balsamic vinegar, olive oil, salt and pepper
Put potato cubes in microwaveable container with a little bit of water.
Cover and microwave the potato for 3 minutes, or until soft.
Heat olive oil in a pan over medium-high heat.
Brown the chicken cubes in the pan.
CookOrDie! (November 11, 2003, 1) - The CookOrDie! plan involves eating out at most one meal a day. If I
don’t want to starve, I will _have_ to learn how to cook.
I was thinking of making baked potatoes today, but the supermarket is
out of large potatoes and only has regular-sized ones. I suppose, if
absolutely desperate, I could just cook and eat them.