The most important meal of the day just got a little more fun.
Remember the theme song, from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, “Oh, yeah?” where they go, “shaka-shu-kah,” or something like that. That's what this dish makes me think of. I know; kind of shallow.
On many days, my lunch consists of a smattering of bites of often-incongruent recipes that I’m testing. So the midday meal could be a few bites of quinoa salad, Mexican brownies, Asian salmon and pureed parsnips, all eaten standing up while I’m whisking something. Not everyone’s idea of a harmonious well balanced meal, but I kind of like it. But sometimes – rarely – I get to actually plan ahead and think about what I might want to put on a plate and sit down and eat. This was one of those days. And I was craving comfort food. An …
“I am a big fan of Katie Workman, and as the mother of four, a big fan of delicious dinner recipes. So Katie writing a cookbook about dinner?
A perfect combination and then some!”—REE DRUMMOND, author of The Pioneer Woman Cooks