Yep very apparent.... but understandable. I can see each item separately, but not together.You're not pregnant and having food cravings are you? :^D
How in the world did you know I was pregnant...great guess.You know, if one were to add a bit of bacon to this dish I bet it'd win a blue ribbon. Thanks, my friend.
+1 to what Matt said. :)
Ah, come on, Rev., try it.
Glad you appetite (and functioning mouth) is back. One of our favourites too :) Served with a crispy roll and a poached or fried egg on top. Nothing to beat it.Btw, I also have a creamed spinach recipe: http://ecofootprintsa.blogspot.com/2011/09/creamed-spinach-recipe.html Very similar, but I don't add onion or cajun spice - yet... LOL
Recipe printed, thanks Dani. I like the fried egg idea too, mine of course would be lightly cooked. I like runny yokes.
Yum...Hope your fat lip is much better!
Its almost back to normal..thanks, my friend.
dear sweet one - i am glad to hear that your appetite is back. make sure to have several bowls of the creamed spinach - lots of goodness in there!your friend,kymber
If possible I'll eat the whole dadgum dish...thanks, sweetheart.
Eat well. My lovely wife found a nice beef tomato soup in the freezer that I forgot about. Went down well. We both still have colds so a good soup is a pleasure.
I do so my soup. Thanks, my friend, and get well soon.
I cannot do creamed spinich... sigh
Shame. Although I've never prepared the dish I do love it. Thanks, my friend.
So funny that you made this. I'm up at 3 in the morning, hungry and rummaging thru the fridge, and finally settled on leftover creamed spinach. I have not made the stuff in ages. What are the odds? ; )
Must be the weather...then again great minds think much alike...nice to 'hear' from you Sweet Lady.
I love creamed spinach. I only eat it during the holidays when someone else makes it. Never occured to me to make it myself. Thanks! I must try this out!
Its worth the effort...I even backdoored a bit of bacon into the dish. Thanks, my new friend.
Can't believe how good that looks. My dear hubby RUNS from spinach. I think it was his parent's approach to eating that turned him against 'the green and mushy world'. Come to think of it . . Against the entire universe of vegetables that have been whipped into submission and buried in a slurry:)
It is a fine dish, Lovely Cathy. I love all vegetables,then again I'm considered strange.