materpillar wrote: ↑
3 months ago
I just lost a game because I had Emeria's Call // Emeria, Shattered Skyclave
instead of a Plains
so I attacked my opponent to 1 instead of 0 while I had a creature with Armored Ascension
on it. Feels bad.
I've been tearing through Rhythm of War by Sanderson. I'm on page ~700 now. It's pretty solid. I also had some mexican leftovers for dinner and was immensely pleased by this.
Hey... anyone have any good recipes I should try? I'm especially interested in anything that I can crockpot. I live by myself so I have a hard time motivating myself to cook when I don't have company over.
I enjoy cooking. Haven't made too much in the crockpot lately, but I can probably find some older recipes. As I recall, I mostly did braised beef types of things or meatballs in the slow cooker. Recently, I've mostly used the slowcooker for mulled apple cider and hot chocolate (mine is small).
Guessing you probably don't want anything too complicated (I love this one, but man do you have to do a lot of dishes after:
For amusement, you might try some ideas here: articles/1058-food-chain-what-does-your-commander-eat-
If you enjoy grilling, I find that's often the quickest, lowest cleanup method. Make a bag of marinade, toss in the chicken, grill. I've been making tandoori chicken a lot recently, or a peruvian-style chicken marinade.
You might also want to look into some 1 pan oven recipes if ease+cleanup is what you're looking for. Salmon is very easy (salt,pepper+lemon, into the oven at 375-425, for 10-20 min). Can toss the vegetables at the same temp. I'm a fan of baked brussel sprouts with the salmon, but not everyone's favorite. I've been meaning to try pan fajitas, https://lifemadesweeter.com/sheet-pan-steak-fajitas/
- curious how they would stack up vs the cast iron pan.
On the stove, there are several curry recipes that are very easy. I have a coconut+lemon curry as a backup recipe that I like, that only takes about 15-20 minutes.
I also tend to cook in large batches. Like, I'll make 5-6 meals at a time, and toss them into the freezer.
some more food I've cooked: