Like P.F. Chang’s, only different

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It’s not much to look at, but I like this meal. It’s mostly noodles and chicken with a mildly spicy sauce. It has a little bit of yellow peppers which I don’t mind, and some bok choy that I try to pick out or eat around any pieces I miss. It’s got that skillet meal convenience of just pouring it in the skillet and stirring occasionally. Although I like it, I find it interesting that this meal-in-a-bag bears little resemblance to the Dan Dan Noodles at an actual P.F. Chang’s, Continue reading

Like pizza, only smaller

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Jan 4. – Schwann’s mini-pizzas, cooked from frozen, around 4pm.

There’s not much I cook from scratch, so most of my “cooking” involves various methods of heating up something that’s already made. Tonight that meant throwing some frozen Schwann’s food in the oven. It was an odd time and didn’t feel like dinner when I made it, but I’m unlikely to make anything else today, so it earns the title of┬ádinner by default.

I skipped breakfast, which is pretty common for me, then got into some lazy Sunday video gaming with one of my daughters. She and her sister have been binging on The Lego Movie game for the Wii U since Christmas; it maxes out at 2 players, so this was the first time they weren’t hogging both remotes so I could play, too. Around 3:30 it occurred to me that I was pretty hungry and hadn’t eaten anything more than a peanut granola bar all day, so that led to mini-pizzas.