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easy lunch

4.27.2010



i'm having one of those
i-will-eat-anything-even dry bread with honey-just-to-avoid-cooking weeks.
do you ever feel that way?




usually when i get in one of these cooking ruts,
i try to have some bolani on hand.
i buy this delicious afghan traditional food at
my farmers' market.
they've got a yummy spinach filling and
we spread jalapeno jelly and lentil curry on top.
mmmmmm.




and we pair it with some tea.
it's the perfect little meal.





what do you eat when you're in a cooking rut?

14 comments:

vik said...

popcorn! :) or something equally easy. yogurt.

Rochelle said...

I'm always in a cooking rut! :) My favorite "rut" food is crackers with Italian salami and brie with red wine ... heavenly.

zlb said...

unfortunately i have a cafeteria i can eat at, which means i go and eat too much food that isn't good for me. :( or i each cheese and crackers, throw in some baby carrots and call it good.

Char said...

surprisingly either breakfast foods or yogurt

Caroline said...

I eat lots of cheese ... and I am in a rut right now as well. These photos are beautiful ... I love visiting your blog it makes me feel so refreshed!!

Dancing Branflake said...

Beautiful photos! That food sounds delicious. I always eat noodles. Trader Joe has the best.

ahlin said...

that is like every day of my life. i usually have an incessant amount of chips and salsa. and cereal. yeah.

Ellie Grace said...

Dear, I am always in a cooking rut. So my diet usually consists of a lot of chocolate and canned soup.

Always,
Ellie Grace

PS.
I added your blog to my Few Favorites list. =]

nadia said...

avacado pepper egg on crusty toasted bread or tortilla with rice and black bean and salad!

iwould like to try an a bolani- we love curries and really anything from the east.

mallory said...

just minutes ago I relied on the whole wheat amaranth and cardamom biscuit dough that I was saving in my freezer for a rainy day. slathered it with some strawberry butter. yum.

Line said...

I love making tuna and cucumber sandwiches. my favoriteee. I would it eat it everyday if the tuna didn't run out...

Kerry O'Gorman said...

miso soup with shredded nori leaves and buckwheat noodles...fast, good and cheap! I hate being in a cooking rut because I cook at work and am constantly trying to come up with healthy, vegetarian/vegan soups...thank goodness for the net!

Julie said...

I looked up the bolani-it sounds delicious! I will have to give it a try.

baked soy nuts + yogurt. yum.

Vanille said...

Very nice capture ! I really like the mood...