- 4 Different-sized Organizing Jars (Have oats, Rice flour, Tapioca flour, & Pumpkin seeds in them)
- Muffin Baking Pan
- Muffin Cups
- Bread Pan (Already a little burnt due to my corn bread adventure...)
- Rolling Pin
- Storing Container
- Fancy Glass perfect for GREEN MONSTERS :)
And I got this is all cheap, cheap, cheap too! Want to know a 'starving student's' best friend? THE DOLLAR STORE! Seriously guys, check it out - you wouldn't believe the stuff you'll find there. I got everything on the left for about six dollars!
The jars I did get from Wal-mart however, but they were on sale (how could I resist)!
I'm having trouble getting started on my homework. It seems like the more I have to do, the less I want to do it. Why don't we look at my night's cooking instead??
I made gluten-free spaghetti for dinner. I got the recipe from glutenfreeda.com, but modified it a bit by adding more veggies and taking out the tomatoes (I'm not a tomato fan):
Start by sauteing garlic and onions in a frying pan for about 15 minutes. (My corn bread is cooling next door)
Add any other veggies that you're craving, I chose red peppers and spinach.
Once the veggies are at your preferred tenderness, add rice noodles (which you should've already cooked following the package instructions). Top with basil and chives - I just went by taste for how much I should add.
Top with balsamic vinegar, parmesan cheese, & ENJOY!
This turned out fantastic, and I've got plenty of leftovers for dinners this week :)
Well I guess I should get back to the homework grind. Just thought I'd leave you with a neat-o picture of my new glass.
Now if that glass isn't perfect for green monsters, than I don't know what is!