Sometimes the best dinners are ones with no recipe, just improvisation using the ingredients available in your fridge/pantry. Paul gets all the credit for this because they were his ideas. Thanks Paul. :)
Pan-Fried Salmon Fillet with Sauteed Garlic, Ginger, and Scallions (cooked by me)
String Bean, Red Bell Pepper, and Hungarian Pepper Stir-Fry with Ginger (cooked by Paul)
There really hasn't been much going on in my kitchen in the past week. I've been pretty unproductive. The only thing I remember cooking this week was eggs. Work has been tiring me out and the weird hours (4pm-9pm) prevent me from cooking (or do they?). I keep saying I'll put something in the Crock-Pot before I leave for work, but it never happens. Ah, well... life gets in the way sometimes and that's okay. Paul usually has something cooking for when I get home around 9:30 which is nice. Earlier his week he made AWESOME burgers that I wish I had taken pictures of because they were soooo good. Into the ground sirloin he mixed various fresh herbs (basil, sage, and thyme), garlic, onion, egg, bread crumbs, then stuffed fresh mozzarella cheese in the middle! So delicious with a little Dijon mustard and a nice thick tomato slice. The cheese was so melty and wonderful.
As I write I'm listening to Paul play around on the cello, playing along with Of Montreal. He has been just an all-around awesome boyfriend and helping me out a lot as I adjust to my new schedule and juggle countless job applications and upcoming interviews. I drive his car to work most nights so he is usually stuck at home, but each night when I come home he's gotten some big project done at the apartment. Settling in here was very much a team effort between the two of us, but I gotta give him more credit. We wouldn't have accomplished nearly as much as we did if it weren't for his incredible work ethic and generosity. Thank you Paul... for the millionth time :)
I'll end with some pictures of some sweet skies we saw on our walk through Glasgow Park this evening.