I got some super-awesome cooking stuff again...cookie cutters, a spatula special for cookie baking, a wok, nice kitchen knives...
Greatest gift of all-time though: a handwritten cookbook of all my mom's recipes.
Mmmmm talapia! So quick, so easy, and soooo tasty :)
Mrs. Maifarth totally wouldn't hang out with me today because she said she'd rather pack so she'd have more fun eating lobster on her vacation. We're totally over!
Talapia (fish) sauteed in butter and olive oil with fresh lemon juice and garlic, asparagus, yellow rice, and homemade pound cake for dessert.
Apparently the boys (John and Andy, that is) enjoyed it...they finished off the fish and left negligible amounts of asparagus and rice in the pots.
Chuck Norris + wrestling on the trampoline + Heavenly cookies + Hot sandwiches + STEAK + Star Wars = mmMaifarth
Amen (It's illegal in some countries, or more than 50 states).
Yeah, that's right...tonight's dinner went beyond anything else I've ever cooked:
Green beans, scalloped potatoes, ham with a pineapple and brown sugar sauce, and homemade apple pie.
And, to top it off, I managed to have it all finish at the same time.
Mmmmm...I can make chicken fajitas!
Relevant to this community, my Christmas presents are as follows:
1 large set of nice pots
1 equally nice soup pot
1 rolling pin
1 fantastic, shiny, awesomely wonderful Sunbeam Mixmaster (that's a really good stand mixer for those of you who don't know, ie: everyone who isn't me)
1 "How to be a Domestic Goddess: Baking and the Art of Comfort Cooking" cookbook, compliments of Miss K. Grimm and Mr. J. Bowers.
Edit: 1 fondue pot