Friday was a rough day. Lyndsay and I didn’t really have an appetite. Which is saying something for foodies like us! So no breakfast or lunch on Day 4. Just a bowl of Mac and Cheese for dinner. Cranked it to 11 with a dash of Rooster.
5 out of 5 for boxed cheesy delight.
Lyndsay (awesome-ous girlfriend-us) made her famous Shepherd’s Pie tonight. Kicked it up a notch with a smearing of Sriracha in the potatoes. LOVED IT!
5 out of 5 for this old country delight.
We weren’t sure what to make for dinner, so we decided to throw in some packaged ravioli’s we picked up the other weekend. We used the last of our open Ragu and decided to throw in some alfredo sauce to lighten it up. Then I lined it with some Sriracha for that always needed kick.
5 out of 5 roosters for this quick and simple dinner.
I know it’s not really the healthiest dinner option, but sometimes you gotta treat yourself. I like to make homemade crab rangoons from time to time. I sauté some onions in rice wine. Heat up some cream cheese, and toss in the crab. Season to taste and then wrap it up in won ton or gyozo wrappers.
I thought about trying to make something else to go with the rangoons, but decided that just eating a ton of them sounded more fun. So there you have it.
Sriracha on the crab meat was awesome. I usually eat it with some cocktail sauce, so a little kick is nothing new. Combined the Sriracha with a sweet and sour sauce for dipping the full rangoons into. It was awesome. We ate probably 30 of those little things. It was awesome.
Homemade crab rangoons get a 5 out of 5. I will probably never serve these without some rooster ever again.