Here’s yet again, another food post. Lately, I’ve been getting tired of the usual repertoire of dishes that I make for dinner. That’s why, when I planned for our meals for the next 2 weeks last Saturday(remember, I do food shopping every 2 weeks, except for veggies, which I buy every week but already included in the meal plan), I raided my “recipe library”. Yeah, I call it recipe library because early on when we just got married, I was a subscriber to virtually every single food and cooking magazine around, and I also collected recipes via subscription. Trying hard as I am, I also joined and registered as member of the Cooking Club of America. Sounds funny, but it’s true, because I really didn’t know how to cook prior to getting hitched. Besides, I was kind of embarrassed, having all the extra time staying at home, and I can’t even make one measly dinner. It was bad, I had all kinds of cuts and burns in my hands during the first year.
Much of that intro, anyway, I found the recipe for Porcupine Meatballs from my Grandma’s Kitchen recipe collection. It’s kind of bizarre having to serve meatballs over rice, but it really is and it’s even pictured with rice. Really yum! Shoud you be interested about the recipe, just let me know.
To go with the meatballs, I sauteed a few heads of bokchoy in garlic and hoisin sauce.
They were perfect partners I surmised, because we cleaned up our plates.
This is it for today…in My World.