I'm leaning toward going back to vegetarianism; not so much becoming full on vegetarian, but at least having maybe 1-2 meals per week be veggie starting out, and maybe bring that number up to 3-4 or maybe even 5. Anyway, if you can believe, the night I made this I had a craving for something meatless.
Chef Michael Smith's Kitchen: 100 Of My Favourite Easy Recipes another shot and make another of his recipes. Even though I wasn't a big fan of his Coconut Crusted Chicken it did taste better leftover. The flavors blended and relaxed a bit, and the coconut no longer had that burnt taste, which made it more enjoyable. Anyway, so this meatloaf recipe looked good, and I'm a big fan of meatloaf, so I thought I'd give it a shot.
I've been reading a book called The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals. It's quite fascinating, even though it reads like a dry documentary in print, especially if you have a particular interest in what's in your food and where your food comes from.
Regretably, it's been a really long time since my last post. I work full time, odd second shift hours, which means I'm not home to make dinner. When I am home to make dinner I usually make pizza. I think I'm making the transition to first shift hours though, which means I'll be home to make dinner regularly.