Do you have a veggie that you buy, over and over again, and yet hardly ever use? Or is this just my grocery store stupidity? I do this with two veggies in particular: zucchini and â€˜shrooms. I donâ€™t know why I buy zucch because I donâ€™t even really like it, but I do love mushrooms. But for some reason, I just end up forgetting I have them, and they go off before I can cook them up.
This time around, I put the â€˜shrooms on the top shelf so I couldnâ€™t miss them.
This is my absolute favorite way to prepare mushrooms. Simply rub off the mushrooms with a damp cloth (did you know you arenâ€™t supposed to soak mushrooms because theyâ€™ll absorb a ton of water and become soggy?), break off the stem, and stuff some hummus inside. I used horseradish hummus from Trader Joeâ€™s this time around. Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees and serve.
A mish-mosh dinner, but it was tasty.
Salad, apples, stuffed â€˜shrooms, and cottage cheese. Plus chocolate and almonds for dessert. And now Iâ€™m gonna go rummage up an evening snack.
Guess whoâ€™s back? My momma!
The Husband is returning to work tomorrow, so my mom came back to town to help out with Henry. I think I could do it alone at this point, but it will be much more fun with someone here all the time. Plus, she always comes bearing gifts <— shopaholic MomHTP. This time around, she brought: a new wok, new towels, a few shirts from Marshallâ€™s, and a bathmat. Oh, and finger puppets (yes, really). Mom for the win!