Those who know me know that there aren't many home-cooked meals at Casa de Garner. To put it another way, the only thing I'm interested in making for dinner are reservations. And that's the truth.
It's not that I can't cook, it's that I don't cook. There's a difference.
I work hard, and the last thing I want to do when I get home is cook something. And then have to clean it up. Um, no thanks. We are an adults only household, and we can figure out to not starve to death without someone having to cook all the time. Plus, most nights Kris works so it's just me at home. I'm totally happy with a sandwich or a bowl of cereal. #passthefrostedflakes
But, in an effort to do something different, I'm challenging myself to cook one new meal every week in May. That means I'll make one dish I've never made before for each of the five weeks in May.I know, it's sounds crazy to me, too. :)
This week, I made Caprese Garlic Bread (I skipped the balsamic). It was super easy and required minimal clean up. A double win for this career girl. I can remember my mom making french bread pizza when I was growing up and I freaking loved it. Little did I know this was her "I don't feel like making dinner, but I can't neglect my children" meal. The secret is out, mother. The secret is out.