Friday, August 14, 2015

Culinary Artist? Hash Slinger?


  
In 1990, I worked as a Real Estate Agent. Everyone in the office Knew I Hated to Cook and that I was always ready for an easy, no recipe or measuring needed, one or two pot dish. Dollop of this and that or cans of this and that.

Today I give you my Can of This and That Pasta
Easy Peasy! no skills required
I looked up Opposite Of Chef and here you go

 cook, cordon bleu, sous-chef, commis chef, chief cook and bottle washer, cuisinier, culinary artist, gourmet chef, hash slinger, sous chef



I am now a Madly Snapping, Hash Slinging,  Bloviator
Forgot to say drain the mushrooms and lots of garlic and chick peas are also known as garbanzo beans



Poinciana Pods and flowers for See Beautiful Friday Flowers
Also known as
Poinciana, Peacock Flower, Red Bird of Paradise, Mexican Bird of Paradise, Dwarf Poinciana, Pride of Barbados, and flamboyant-de-jardin.


20 comments:

Gail said...

I like quick and easy in cooking. Looks good.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, Sandra

Sounds like a yummy meal. I would have to leave out the olives, hubby doesn't like them. Thanks for sharing.

Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

Rose said...

Me, too, on leaving out the olives. I am not even much of a hash slinger any more.

EG CameraGirl said...

The Poinciana blossoms and pods are so very pretty, Sandra. Thanks for the recipe. I think this might be one my husband would enjoy.

TexWisGirl said...

i don't sling. :) love the blooms and pods.

Chatty Crone said...

All the years we've been friends I don't remember a recipe. Good for you and I must say it looks pretty good!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Let's just say I USED to LIKE to cook....not any more. I tend to buy those Lean Cuisine frozen. Oh well.

And "Poinciana". I've never heard of this name before. I've always called them Mexican Bird of Paradise. We had 'em in Tucson, and when we relocated near the gulf, I brought along seeds and planted them in our yard here in Texas. Love 'em.

DeniseinVA said...

Some days I love to cook, some days I throw things together. This looks great Sandra, will put it on the list. Your flowers are real pretty!

Jo said...

Yummy sounding dish. We had Ponciana blooms in Mwadui, Tanzania. Didn't know until now what they were called. Thanks for sharing!

Madi and Mom said...

MS you might need to get an extension for your head...cause you sure do wear a lot of hats!!

Oh do we love those flowers today...love they red with yellow edges
hugs madi and mom

carolann said...

Looks good. Only no olives for me.

Everything else. My daughter will like this recipe.

I will send email to her. My hubby would like it also. Even though he is a real fantastic cook. Nice to have a break.

Who doesn't like quick, easy recipes for those who don't like to cook .


Groups who get to-gether in age starting 50's age even will enjoy this preparation. . This is the kind of meals they like to prepare so they can enjoy the beach and fun .

Make serve and lets get on with the day with friends.

Kudos! Sandra


Dory and the Mama said...

What great looking flowers you have in Florida!!!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Now that sounds yummy and so easy to make. Thank you, I will have to give it a try.

SweetMarie said...

sounds yummy! only I would have to leave out the olives and mushrooms. I miss my poincianas and powder puffs. hubby found a few seeds in the garage that you had sent me. he's going to put them in pots and give them another try, I'm excited!

CatTales said...

This would be easy and very healthy for John.....thanks! I just "boiled" some chicken today. Love your pretty photos too. Cloudy here today and I'm catching up on laundry.

Don't know if I ever mentioned a Stouffer's frozen (boxed) dinner called Grandma's Chicken and Vegetable Rice Bake. It is really good and we get four servings out of one box. Tastes a lot like a recipe my mama made years ago. WalMart carries it.

Kathy said...

I love to cook but I won't say anything else about it. I'm with Annie because I was thinking this looks very similar to what we called Mexican Bird of Paradise in Arizona.

Ann Thompson said...

that's my kind of cooking. Sounds very good and I love the name

pattisjarrett said...

I like easy cooking, too.Now I have to go to the store. Pretty blossoms! You're going to need a large stamp or business card to hold all your titles! LOL

Betty Manousos said...

this sounds like a delicious meal. i'm going to have to try it out asap!

and i love those flowers today.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

A nice easy recipe is my favorite type, Sandra, thanks for posting this one! Pretty blooms too.