If I have to live in Cleveland, at least let me eat well
Thursday, April 3, 2003
It's been a slow week for kitchen adventures. For the most part, recent dinners have been either at old standby dishes (pierogies & kielbasa), old standby restuarants (Winking Lizard and Que Tal) or breakfast foods (pancakes, bagels, and toast). The other night, however, we had miso soup. This is another standby, but this time the spinach was chopped up with a food processor instead of put in as whole leaves. It tastes just fine, maybe even more spinachy. But as you can see, it looks like pond scum.