Hmmm, too many cooking shows.
We went shopping at Freddy's and amongst other items picked up a pristine white head of cauliflower and four lovely crispy stalks of broccoli.
This morning I decided to make B&C salad with raisins, frozen peas, chopped onion, sunflower seeds and dressing consisting of mayonnaise, apple cider vinegar and four packets of the yellow packaged sugar.
I took the stems and stalks of both cauliflower and broccoli, sliced them up and brought them to a boil until just barely cooked. Drained water, poured into casserole and topped left over bottled 4 cheese Alfredo sauce, fresh grated nutmeg topped with sprinky dink of shredded parm and some more sunflower seeds, bake 30 minutes at 350 to get the cheese a lovely brown in bits bake. Husbands says delish but allows as how the salad would be better for him. The baked dish won't last long.
Other viewing news:
Project Runway Season 11 has begun. Started with sixteen designers and the main deal this season is that ALL challenges will be team challenges. Oy! These are on the whole a bunch of lone wolves and are not well known for playing well together. Through various interviews you get a flavor for who might have the right skills. One team worked very well together and won. The other team lost their youngest team member, a very nice young woman who sent a model down the runway in a glued together skirt, jacket and top that tied together in back. Time got away from her. Too bad.
Preppers: Regardless of their reasons for prepping it is nice to see people preparing for disaster. I much prefer the community approach. I thought the episode with the two long distance truck driver couple was interesting. Gotta buy 14,000 dollars worth of camo just to cover the truck. Ouch. We quit. We buy. We out.