(Offended) “No, YOU have a large calibary!”
DANG! Where did she get all this sass? It certainly isn’t from me.
It’s cold season around here. Both Eric and I have been sniffling all day. (Although Eric’s stems from chronic allergies.) We’ve been sitting here across the room from each other, sniffing and tossing the box of tissues back and forth. After simultaneously blowing our noses, he looked over at me and said “Karen, we were made for each other.” So romantic.
I had an old Spanish professor in college who told us that when she was learning Spanish, she took a trip to Ecuador. She got a cold and needed to buy some Kleenex at the store. They looked but couldn’t find any, so they were trying to communicate with the shop owner. My professor didn’t know the word for tissue; she tried paper, cloth…nothing doing. Finally she pantomimed blowing her nose, and the little Ecuadorian lady said, “Ah! Kleenex!” Of course.
Roasted! Cherry! Tomatoes!! Life doesn’t get better than that, really. This was ridiculously easy to make. It’s really simple yet flavorful. It’s a Cooking Light recipe. They are all about cutting calories, and they try not to sacrifice flavor, but sometimes you can’t have everything. The original recipe said to cook the ravioli “omitting salt and fat.” When I took a bite, I thought to myself “this needs salt and oil.” Haha. True American right here. If you are healthier than me, go ahead and omit that salt and fat…otherwise follow my recipe below. It’s so good!
Source: adapted from Cooking Light