When Annie told me about the Betty Crocker project, I went through a wide range of emotions...
3. Brief reprieve of hunger
4. The anticipation of more hunger
Annie, as you may know is one of the more talented amateur vegan chefs out there. I've actually been pushing her to start a vegan food blog for a long time now, and I was thrilled when she told me that she was finally going to do it. The fact that I was going to get to eat all sorts of delicious vegan deliciousness didn't hurt either.
So far the whole experiment has been a smashing success. Chicken Tetrazzini has been delicious for dinner this week, and the Ceasar Salad dressing has us actually having salads with dinner like we've always talked about. The Blueberry Banana Muffins have been a delicious addition to coffee & smoothies in the morning. And seeing Annie so excited about a project has been the best of all.
For my part, I've started riding my exercise bike again. That seems like a good idea with Annie cooking every night. So far that's been the extent of my contribution, but give me time. If Betty Crocker has a recipe for double bacon Boca burgers, I am all over that.
Oh, and I hope she doesn't leave me like the chick who wrote the book.
That is all.
I would never leave you! Lobster Killer is like the Micheal Vick of Foodie-Marriage role models. ( Is that mean? )ReplyDelete