There is only one thing that can come close to the love I have for pizza, and that is the love I have for tacos. Tacos combine a few of my favorite things like beef, cheese and not using a fork. Which brings me to the real reason why I love tacos so much, which is that no one can eat tacos neatly. It is the only meal where I am not the only person at the table making a hot mess of themselves.
The following is for my sister E, who loves when I demonstrate my mad Paint skills on the Internet.
I have tried giving blue cheese a fair chance. I have tried it multiple times, in multiple things and each and every time it has left me with a bad taste in my mouth. Literally. The entire time that I ate this salad I couldn't help but think it would be so much better if I had made it with feta instead. Feta is the greatest, whereas blue cheese tastes like feet.
If you like the taste of feet, feel free to keep the blue cheese in this salad, but if you would rather eat something delicious swap it for feta.
After a four month break, I am back! I know in my last post I had promised I would still be posting, but not as often. I had the best of intentions when I wrote it but a couple things have prevented my blogging as of late.
One of them being I had packed up most of my apartment so it would look big and impersonal when it showed. All my cookbooks and most of my kitchen gadgets were packed away and I was feeling rather uninspired. I was actually surprised at how much I didn't feel like trying to cook anything new without being surrounded by all my cooking related possessions.
I have since moved a lot of my stuff back in, and I have the itch again.
I found this recipe via the FoodGawker. I didn't like it as much as I thought I was going to, but the fault lies with me, not the recipe. I have a tendency to eyeball my ingredients, and my eyes clearly failed me when it came to the amount of lemon juice I added. It was too much, but aside from the citrus overkill, it's a pretty great dish.