A Lonely Lasagna
Todays lunch by my lonesome was Cedarlane’s Garden Vegetable Lasagna. Cedarlane can be pretty hit or miss when it comes to some of their frozen choices. This particular dish lands somewhere in between. I made sure to follow the microwave instructions of 5 minutes of heating time and allowing it 2 minutes to cool. After getting to the bottom layer of my lasagna I was disappointed to find out it was still a bit cold.
Besides it not being all the way warm and the difficulty I had keeping the slippery noodles on my fork it was pretty good. The fronzen freshness and combination of flavors reminded my of how my mom used to make it. Just kidding! My mom is a terrible cook, it was much better than hers.
Today for lunch I had a meal from the Amy’s collection. This time it was the Enchilada with Spanish Rice & Beans. Now Amy has been known to make some tasty treats and this meal was no exception. As with most of her meals, smothering it in hot sauce is the best way to add some extra flavor. The only downside to this dish was the difficulty I had cutting the enchilada evenly, but hey, they can’t all be perfect 10’s right?
As a nice side dish I enjoyed a handful of crumbs from the bottom of a bag of Kettle Brand Krinkle Cut Sea Salt Potato Chips that I found in the work kitchen. These chips were amazing. The sea salt flavor was a nice compliment to the salty tears I had running down my face from another meal eaten alone at my desk.