Monthly Archives: March 2013

Fox Force Five, and pasta with radicchio and gorgonzola

The other night the Beast and I got home at the same time and prepared dinner together in the kitchen. We settled on a pasta dish we used to make all the time but hadn’t enjoyed in years. It’s dead simple to make: slice up a couple heads of radicchio and brown in a pan with some olive oil. Add a big wedge of gorgonzola cheese and a splash of milk or cream. Continue to cook until the sauce is thickened. Meanwhile, cook a bag of strozzapreti pasta. Add that to the sauce and top your portion with lots of salt and pepper. Eat. Enjoy.


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Memories of rigatoni and bowl cuts

Last week I humble-bragged about how I’ve come out unscathed during the past two years of cold and flu season. I also said that I wouldn’t mind getting sick because I desperately wanted one of those sick days where you stay in your jammies and watch TV all day, without feeling guilty.

And then yesterday I came down with a pretty nasty cold. I watched three episodes of House of Cards, the movie Mr. Mom and the first half of The Hunger Games.

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