Here are some of the dishes that Elliott has made over the past couple of weeks. My culinary output has been null (unless you count microwaving or making cookies, which I don't). And let's not even talk about my literary diet. I did get Naomi Novik's Empire of Ivory and Alex Ross's The Rest is Noise, but I'm not optimistic about starting either of them soon.
Elliott proudly stirring the absolutely fantastic chicken tikka masala, almost an exact replica of the one we loved at Pakwan in San Francisco.
Yummmmmmmmm. Maybe we'll (and by we, I mean Elliott) attempt homemade naan next time.
Absolutely amazing stuffed pork chops.
With gravy on top and bacon braised cabbage on the side. Elliott really likes to stress his German heritage sometimes.
And because that wasn't enough food, we also made an onion and leek tart, which was very simple and very tasty.
Ooof. I'm full just from looking at those pictures again. The stuffed pork chops, cabbage, and onion and leek tart recipes are all from Chow.com. The chicken tikka masala recipe was just something I googled.
Okay, back to my civil procedure casebook now. Whoo.