As promised, here is the Lemon-Herb Pasta recipe that I served with the Chicken Cacciatore Friday night.
Lemon-Herb Pasta (Serves 4-6)
Recipe Courtesy: Cuisine At Home
Malfada pasta looks like small lasagna noodles. If you can't find it, use farfalle (bow-tie) pasta instead.
12 oz. dried mafalda or bow-tie pasta
2-3 Tbsp. minced lemon zest
4 Tbsp. fresh lemon juice
4 Tbsp. unsalted butter
2 Tbsp. chopped fresh oregano
Cook mafalda in boiling salted water according to package directions.
Drain pasta; transfer it to a serving bowl. Toss pasta with lemon zest, lemon juice, and butter. Add oregano.
So…last night we went to a “Murder Mystery” party at the El Cortez in downtown San Diego. My husband’s character was a Russian dancer. Mine was a super model.
Notice our serious faces.
We arrived to a beautiful cheese platter.
We were seated for dinner and the show began. Our meal started with a salad.
My entree was seabass, rice and carrots.
Sorry about the dark photos…I didn’t want to bring attention to myself with a flash.
Dessert rocked. Check out this platter of goodness:
I had a s’mores bar and a carrot cake cupcake. Both were delicious! Oh and by the way….neither my husband and I were the murderers. :)
Breakfast this morning was an egg beaters sandwich in between a toasted English muffin with cheddar cheese. I had some strawberries as well.
Then I got my bake on and made my favorite Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Lunch was tuna salad on top of a bed of greens.
Tonight we are headed over to a friend’s house to celebrate Father’s Day. They are having Phil’s BBQ cater it. Need I say more?
Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there!
Have you ever been to a Murder Mystery party?
I think if I ever got my husband to go to something like that, he'd have to already had a stroke and unable to speak! He's not a fan of such stuff!ReplyDelete
OMG, that cheese platter is to die for!!