So, as we know. I am attempting to get the man who lives here (also known as Shaun) to eat less meat.
I am chronicling my attempts.
This is the easiest recipe in the universe, honestly, because you buy pre-made hummus, which is totally cheating.
This recipes breaks the writer stereotype that all writers cook with wine all the time. Because… truth is … most of us can’t afford wine.
Because it is summer and writers get lazy
- 2 pitas or flat bread
- .5 cupric garlic a flavor is good
- 1 whole red pepper or orange or yellow
- 1 cup baby spinach
- 1 oz feta cheese or cheddar if you are anti-feta
On one pita bread spread half the hummus.
On another pita spread the other half.
Slice the pepper evenly.
Put half on one pita.
Put half on the other.
Thank about how everything is being halved. Wonder if you should halve your 260,000-word hybrid narrative that puts the characters from Attack on Titan in a Star Trek universe, but then adds in Captain America pre-formula.
To heck with word counts. The story DEMANDS to be long.
Push 1/2 1/2 cup spinach and 2 tablespoons cheese into the pockets. If using wraps, roll wraps. If using pockets, pray they don't break the way the plot in your 260,000-word story did.
The dogs: I LIKE THIS! BAKED GOODS!
The man: Thank you for not cooking the spinach, we can stay married.
Me: I love this
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You should totally buy my book about Moe. It’s awesome and quirky and fun because it’s about Moe Berg and it’s a picture book. I’m heading to Houston, North Carolina, and Virgnia soon, just to talk about it. How cool is that?
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