Well, I got through day two of the Cooking Challenge, and faced my biggest fear: The dreaded frittata. For those of you who were around for the first challenge, I was totally defeated by a quiche. So large egg dishes and I are not friends.
How did the frittata go? Well, just watch and see…
The frittata was more like a meh-tata. Not great, not awful. Just sort of… egg-food for my mouth hole.
Though the frittata got a redemption come lunch time! Turns out all it needed with some little extra flavor. The goddess salad was STUUUUPID EASY to make, and perfect with the meh-tata.
Honestly, you could cover ANYTHING in that dressing and I’d slurp it up for lunch. Who went out and got that dressing? Are you feeling me on this?
Much like last time, I’m starting to feel less and less hungry as the meals go by. A reader last time around pointed out that it’s probably because I’m eating REAL food. And real food fills you up more than the empty calories of a huge-ass pizza. But I was really looking forward to the taco salad. See, my buddy Jessica had made this for me before and it was one of my favorites. Plus, you know, it’s Tuesday! The day for taco enjoyment. So I forced myself to go on a massive hike to get myself hungry enough to be able to eat dinner. Weird, right?
Anyway, I made a quick video for ya…
Now, who was with me on the rockin’ taco salad? Did you try the beef-less beef? Oh, and where did I go wrong on that frittata? Can you help me troubleshoot? Or are eggs and I just doomed to fail unless they’re just full-on scrambled?
I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again… cooking iz HARD. And also exhausting. And also time-consuming. And also really good for me.