Tell me if this sounds familiar:
You come home from a long day at work. You're super hungry. You need to make dinner and you don't have time to go to the store (or at least not enough time for a major trip with a long shopping list.) You look in your fridge. You've got some leftovers from last night's meal, some milk that's teetering on going back, a half an onion and a bagel. You look in your pantry. You've got a few cans of beans, (because the Realistic Nutritionist advised you to stock up), some spices, sugar and hot sauce.
What on earth can you make for dinner?
One of my special abilities is being able to throw together something edible with a limited stock of food stuffs. I would like to share this ability with you to help you put together a meal (hopefully healthy and tasty) with what you've got....or by maybe making one quick trip to the store.
If you'd like to play, send me an email titled "What's In Your Pantry", and list around 10 things you have in your pantry, fridge and/or freezer. Try to list any meats you may have, any fresh produce (even if it's only half an onion or if it's about to go bad), canned items if you have them, and a few spices/sauces/seasonings you have on hand. The more information I have, the better. So feel free to give quick descriptions of each item, amount, etc. And feel free to list as many items as you'd like, but the list does not need to be exhaustive.
I will choose one or two emails and will try to come up with a recipe for you and post it here.
Also, if you have any examples of What's In Your Pantry success stories, or relevant recipes, please share!