Unfortunately, bleh takes as much effort as yum.

I put together a vegetable stir fry for dinner with some Szechuan overtones.  Bleh.  It looked good.  It smelled fine.  But bleh.  Healthy but bleh.

One of the frustrations of cooking, heck-maybe life in general, is that bleh sometimes takes just as much work as great and there is no predicting the result.

Philosophers would say that we would not appreciate great without the occasional blah.  If that is the case, there was a purpose for tonight’s meal.  Otherwise, fellow cooks, commiserate with me.  Bleh.

I harvested Oriental Greens today (they are starting to bolt), broccoli (those 8 plants just keep on producing) and the first three Okra (soon we will be buried in okra)

At least, offsetting the blah meal, I had made lemon cream puffs.  Refreshing.

This is not actually a picture of my cream puffs but mine look like these without the cute plate and tablecloth. My cream puffs are in a tupperware container...not so cute.

About Retired woman

retired, dealing with parents recent deaths, wondering what lies ahead with the health of my spouse, overall enjoying each day, love cooking, gardening, travel, Grandsons, family, small town life
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