What Up my lovely readers?!?!!?
Ummm wait hold on
Hello everyone! I have been on a little internet vacation because the sun came out and was warm, well northern Sweden end of February warm, and that meant Mr. H and I needed to drink wine and play games of Scrabble!
We also needed to eat too though so here is what we have and will be eating this week!
Monday – Pork Ramen
Tuesday – Chicken Curry
Wednesday – Veal Papgoul – Papgoul is a thing I made up which is 1 part paprikash and 1 part goulash and is yummy
Thursday – Santa Fe Chicken Casserole – this is the first time I am trying this and is like a Mexican lasagna
Friday – Hot Dogs and French Fries – they were on super sale this week and sometimes a hot dog is just perfect
Saturday – Pizza in town – there is a pizza place here called Kermits and we have been wanting to try it since we moved here and this weekend is finally the time!
Dressed Up Eggs on Bread
Now that Mr. H has been on his internship at the hospital he has shifts that are 2-9:30 so he will take leftovers to work for dinner but he still needs a nice lunch at home so I have been trying to make things that are filling but not sitting too heavy in the tummy.
One thing that has been great is egg salad as I can hard boil the eggs ahead of time and whip on the egg salad fast with things I always have on hand. Last time I decided to amp them up a bit and was very pleased with the results and thought I would share it with you!
3 hard boiled eggs – I use the method outlined in Joy of Cooking
Ham lunch meat
Salt, Pepper, Paprika
What to do:
Peel your hard boiled eggs and then chop them up – I used to grate them like I saw my mom doing as a kid but actually prefer the chunkier way they turn out chopped up and it is way easier in my opinion
Chop your parsley into itty bitty pieces – I often use my mini food processor for this as you do not really want big leafy pieces in your egg salad
Dice your lunch meat into small pieces
Add eggs, parsley, and ham into a bowl then add in mustard and mayonnaise gently
Season and then mix up more until the eggs are the texture you prefer