Once again, no breakfast. I’ll try harder, promise. I went to lunch with my sweet mom, at Galaxy Cafe on West Lynn. It was a burger day, I won’t lie. Cheeseburger and sweet potato fries to be exact. They make the best sweet potato fries.
After a long and extraordinarily frustrating day dealing with Sprint and AT&T (new iPhone is on the way, requiring new service, and Sprint cut off my texting capabilities) I was slightly hungry, with nothing thawed or organized for dinner. I had intended to go to the Triangle Farmer’s Market, shop and get a bison taco from Taco Deli, but circumstances and the headache that ensued prevented me from leaving the house.
So, I needed something that was quick and easy. I had some dried pasta from Texas Pasta Company from the Barton Creek Farmer’s Market. All of my pesto is frozen, so I made a deconstructed pesto from garden basil, garlic, pecans, and Brazos Valley Parmesan.
I didn’t want to eat raw garlic, so I sauteed it in olive oil.
I tossed the whole lot together, and viola! Dinner in 15 minutes, which is less time that it would have taken me to get to a drive through.
Slow food. Fast.