Two things: First, if you have been waiting on pins and needles with regard to my St. Patty’s Day dinner, let’s just cut to the chase. I bombed. The cauli mash was insanely good, and I will share it here soon. The Corned Beef, however, was no good. I probably drank a gallon of water last night because it was so damn salty. I’m sure it was some amateur mistake, and I know I should have done better research before diving in, but hey. I’ll get ’em next year. At least my Irish potatoes were on point!
Sooo, I have a secret. As you may or may not have picked up from my previous hummus recipe, IIIIIII get a weee, ity bity little bit sick of hummus from time to time. I know, blasphemy. Perhaps this is self-inflicted, but we go through hummus spurts that leaves me feeling very over hummus. I’ve tried different hummus recipes but they never really stick. So, I tend to constantly be searching for healthy snacks that aren’t hummus.
This was quite the day. My youngest son is 6 months and was up for an hour last night crying 🙁 I can only guess he’s teething (pretty much what I say anytime I have no idea what his deal is), but this has been a pattern for the last week.
Oh you fancy huh? Ever go to a restaurant and you see an item on the menu and you feel like, um, that’s SO FANCY?!! Just me? Anyway, that’s me with almond crusted tilapia. I’m immediately impressed whenever I hear anything is almond crusted. Like how did they even do that?!
Ok kids! Here we go! My maiden voyage into the blogosphere. I thought I would ease into it with an awesome hummus recipe that’s been in my back pocket for at least five years. We like us some hummus in our house. And by like, I mean love.