I’m so excited – he’s on my bucket list of artists to see before I (or they) kick the bucket. Other artists include:
Tom Petty * Bob Dylan * Elton John
I know Bobby Dylan is less than stellar nowadays, but I’m still dying to see him. I’ll let you know how Eddie goes! I’m sure it will be amazing.
For now, I have a bit of a food mix for you today. Our dinner on Wednesday night was quick and mighty tasty. Our roommate’s mom had given us a gift of pasta and basil-infused olive oil from Olives Oils and More , a local olive oil store. We decided to cook that up with these Basil Tomatoes on top.
I stopped at Local Harvest for groceries before dinner and got a ton of stuff but they were out of tomatoes :( I’m not even a huge fan of tomatoes but wanted to try it! I have heard a lot of terrible things about tomatoes so I’m pretty strict about buying them either local or organic. I didn’t have time to stop at the farmer’s market, so I picked up a couple green peppers and used those in place of the tomatoes.
A recipe that tells me to melt mozzarella and parmesan on a vegetable?
I already love it.
I followed the basics of that Basil Tomato recipe for my green peppers. Arrange flattened halves of green peppers on a baking sheet, sprayed or oiled. Season each with salt and pepper, then add thin slices of fresh mozzarella and a sprinkle of parmesan on top. Broil until bubbly and golden, about 3-5 minutes.
Serve your cheesy veg over spaghetti!
After dinner, we did a bit of an at-home beer tasting. We had brought quite a few home from our Indy trip , and adding those to our collection provided quite a variety!
We tried: Stone’s Ruination IPA, Stone’s Arrogant Bastard, 3 Floyds Dreadnaught, 3 Floyds Apocalypse Cow, 3 Floyds Gumball Head (had this before but really wanted one!)
That was Wednesday. For dinner last night, we grilled! I <3 grilling. We bought a few chicken tenders from the local meat market and threaded them on skewers. Then, chopped up some veggies and made kebobs! Also, sliced some zucchini for grilling on the side.
I’ve never had grilled zucchini before and they were great! Brushed them with olive oil, garlic salt, and a tiny bit of pepper. I love how watery they are (that’s why I like cucumbers too)!
I love char marks.
I rubbed the chicken with the same combo of spices as in this post . I like rubs because they make the chicken kinda crispy.
So that’s what we’ve had going on this week! Hope your week ended up great and that everyone has a fantastic long weekend. My next post will be an Eating Through St. Louis post!
Question: Do you have a music bucket list of an artist you just have to see?