We are suckers for good fried shrimp. Hard to find anyplace around here that does a good job. Gonna try something a little different this weekend, though.
That looks awesome! I love having those two things together, in fact, I just added them to my grocery list. I'll probably bake the salmon and steam the asparagus though.I made this last night. I have fond memories of going asparagus hunting with my parents and siblings when I was a kid. It grew wild out by The Great Salt Lake, which is near where I grew up. These little store-bought, commercially-grown, woody ones pale in comparison to the fresh, soft, flavorful, one-inch diameter stalks we would harvest for free every spring, but I like grilling it and always reminds me of our vegetable-hunting endeavors and the grocery bags of it that we would go home with.
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Speaking of artichokes, I had my first whole artichoke at Mindi's while I was visiting. I really wasn't sure if I'd like it, but I loved it. The method of eating one definitely requires a tutor (thanks, babe!). It was fun to eat and it was delicious.That big thing is an artichoke?! Where's the carbs?!?!
Yeah we don't have access to a kitchen. Never have. It's there, but no access.As a college student, I rarely cook unless you count french toast or a grilled cheese sandwhich. I had California cheeseburger sliders for lunch today. That is hamburger, american cheese, pineApple, and guacamole on a bun.
Why are they called "porcupine" meatballs? I'd love to try them.Speaking of artichokes, I had my first whole artichoke at Mindi's while I was visiting. I really wasn't sure if I'd like it, but I loved it. The method of eating one definitely requires a tutor (thanks, babe!). It was fun to eat and it was delicious.
Here's a pic of the artichokes with Mindi's porcupine meatballs (no porcupines were harmed in the making of this dish), rice, and garlic bread. Delicious.
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