Feb. 20, 2009 4:28 pm
Updated: Feb. 22, 2009 1:10 pm
We don't have "regular" television, so I have never watched this program (we unhooked the dish/antenna 6 years ago & have never looked back). I do believe, however, that my day today may have made a good episode. It all started at 5:30am, where I cooked breakfast for a group of docs, and ended about an hour ago (6:30pm) - finishing the pm patient meal. My PM hairnet lady cook had called in sick (for a nice 3-day weekend), so I got to cook the evening meal, which I normally enjoy, but not on a Friday where I had to prepare a board lunch, order groceies for Monday ect.......
So now I am enjoying a cold Amstel light, doing my best to hold off my 3 year old who is pretty determined to beat me at a game of candy land. The Board lunch I set up/prepared/cleaned up was a keeper - had a nice bread & mozzarella salad with endive & a scratch honey vinegrette, a mixed grill of crab stuffed tilapia, salmon & mussels with a sweet Tai sauce (nothing better than coconut milk & red currey paste), toasted almond & coconut rice, sauteed zucchini with bok choy & red bell peppers & finished them off with a pound cake with berry/cherry sauce, heavy cream & a touch of triple sec. These people don't know how good they've got it (ignore that comment Kelly). I doubt if they accomplished much at their meeting, there was too much good food to eat.
Well I better head off to the candy land now - she's being as patient & I've had my beer to sustain the gumdrop swamp.
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The Hospital Foodie