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  • Tuesday, March 27, 2007
    I cooked! It was great!
    As anyone who's ever read this blog before knows, my husband is the cook of the house.

    I have had failed attempts, thwarted attempts, and pathetic attempts at cooking since he took the throne.

    Today was a successful attempt.

    I was annoyed with myself last week for taking the easy way out (even though it ended up delicious and fantastic and hit every one's spots) and I resolved that tonight, I would cook a real meal.

    And I did!! I made "Pork Chops Stuffed with Feta and Spinach" and it was really really really good. I also created my own salad (not too creative, don't get your hopes up) with tomatoes, cucumbers, garlic (oh boy, GARLIC), olive oil and a wee splash of balsamic vinegar. Oh, and basil.

    Basically, it was all the yummy-ness of bruschetta without the carbs.

    It rocked.

    The whole dinner rocked.

    Wanna know why?

    Because I rock.

    So there.

    Let me know if you want the recipe - I looked for it on line to link to, but couldn't find it. I got it from my Cooking Light Magazine, and am not inclined to make like Beloved and type it out (I think he only types things out when he changes them, anyway), lest someone be fooled into bookmarking my blog thinking it's a FOOD blog, which --- ha!!!

    But if you want, I post. I type super-fast.

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