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I am definitely not the sort who belongs in the kitchen. Well, that’s partially true. I can cook to an extent, but I always manage to break something . . .
I made Spaghetti alla Bolognese and garlic bread tonight. This is my recipe of success:
Tara’s Ghetto Spaghetti alla Bolognese
1. Cook 1lb of ground beef (93% lean).
2. As it cook, put in a teaspoon of mashed up garlic and half an onion chopped up.
3. Toss in a jar of Prego traditional tomato sauce into the meat. Let it simmer for a while.
4. Boil the wheat noodles with some olive oil and salt.
5. When everything’s done, drain the noodles and put them on the plate with the sauce.
Tara’s Ghetto Garlic Bread
1. Get some bread (in my case, I bought some rye campagne) onto a greased (olive oil) baking pan.
2. In a bowl, melt butter or margarine (I used “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!”), put in some mashed up garlic, stir the butter mixture, and then spoon it liberally onto the bread.
3. Bake it in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 5-7 minutes.
4. Arrange it nicely on the plate of pasta and enjoy!
Sounds like a simple procedure, right? Not. The kitchen exploded with enough messy dishes to last a week, and I broke one of my mum’s wooden chopsticks she uses for cooking. In fact, those stupid chopsticks broke when I was trying to take them out of the drawers ~_~;;;
I’m just glad I didn’t break the freaking stove! I swear, whenever I touch something, it breaks. Like those
that one time times I broke a toilet. Don’t ask. Anyway, that’s my Iron Dangerous Chef adventure for the month!