In The WWR Kitchen: A Series

It’s been a day of simple, hearty food in the WWR household.

For lunch, we had my oft-mentioned Beer Cheese Soup with fresh-baked bread from our bread machine. The sausage was a Polska kielbasa; the cheeses were extra sharp cheddar and colby jack; the beer was New Belgium Brewing’s Fat Tire. The verdict was: tasty!

Dinner was a basic Finnish dish: Lihamakaronilaatikko, or – in the correct language – a macaroni and beef casserole. I decided to look up some Finnish dishes, as my Finnish friend Petri is in San Francisco for the next 7 days, and I was supposed to be out there too, partying with him, Angie, and my fellow Finnophile, Wendi. Alas, flights were too expensive, and so here I sit raising a glass of wine in their honor. Maybe two glasses. Three tops.

Now, off to get the kids ready for bed and then settle in for a night of mindless television and such with the Mrs.

2 Responses to “In The WWR Kitchen: A Series”

  1. Angie Says:

    I guess I should have asked — is he cute, around my age, needs company, anything like that? I mean, you aren’t able to make it, but the rest of here could have partied without you. 😉

  2. Michael Says:

    Bread machines, BTW, are one of the best things ever invented. It’s really good when you set the timer so the bread is done in the morning, and you wake up to that smell.

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