Happy Birthday Hubby!

Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Today, my sweet hubby is 28 years old. :) We snuggled this morning until I had to get up and leave for school... I was still late to class but not the last one walking in... He went to work and dealt with some not-so-smart people. I went grocery shopping to pick up a few things, and ended up buying way too much crap. Old habits die hard. But I've been good-ish and only had 2 sodas today and instead drank milk with dinner and water while I was cooking it. The frites I made may have been cooked with garlic and bacon, but they were baked in the oven with some olive oil instead of deep fried and still soooooooooo good. I think it's because I went garlic heavy. (I was going to post pictures of my Pork Chops with Garlic Fries and a Baby Veggie salad... But new computer + kaydee = the computer wins...)

I got a new knitting book last weekend and made a super cute purple elephant, and with 1 sister, 1 sister in law we like and some friends having babies, I'll be making delightful gifts for them. The picture for that is also lost somewhere in the space of new computer.

Now, I'm incredibly sleepy and think I shall go to bed inside the next few minutes... woo hoo for snuggling a hot birthday man!
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    2 pounds potatoes sliced
    4 strips of bacon sliced into small bits
    spread evenly on a pan and drizzle with olive oil
    (I added lots of salt and pepper, but I'm cool like that)
    bake at 400 for about 40-45 minutes
    mix it up about half way through.
    Take out and place on plate with paper towel to remove excess oil
    sprinkle more salt/pepper if desired

    DOES NOT TASTE GOOD WITH KETCHUP!! Ugh! I tried that today with the leftovers and it ruined the flavor!
    3708 days ago
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    woah. i need to copy this baked garlic fries idea!
    3709 days ago
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