Shepherd’s Pie I make is on the top 10 list of things my hubby likes.
Here’s my Shepherd’s Pie recipe.
– Italian Sausage
– minced beef
– red pepper
– tomato sauce
– can of diced tomato
– whip cream
– oxo chicken broth
– salt and pepper to taste
And top it off with…
Brown the meat and onion. Then add the veggies (I just cut them in small pieces) except for leafy ones like spinach. Arugula is good too. Any leftover veggies would work. Add spice, garlic is good too! Mix the tomato sauce and drained diced tomato can. Make mashed potato. I just boil the potatoes (with skin on) and mash it with a handmixer (I have this Cuisinart Hand Blender
). Put the meaty meat sauce in a deep dish pan, spread the mashed potato, and sprinkle cheese. and broil in oven until cheese is meltin’good!
Yuuuuuuum. It’s easy, it can be frozen, make lots and take it for lunch! You can’t really go wrong with this, I mean, it’s meat, veggies, tomato sauce and cheese, right?
Apparently (ok that is according to wikipedia), October 1, 2015 is the first International Coffee Day.
There’s lots of cute comics on coffees on cyberspace. Here’s a collection on goComics, my favourite source of free quality comics.
Finland has the highest consumption of coffee per capita in the world. Maybe that’s why out of all coffee comics, my favourite ones are by Finnish cartoonist Samson: Dark Side of the Horse
Google “Dark Side of the Horse Coffee” and you will find it. There are various ones he drew on coffee, and I love them all.
Looking back, the godzilla cartoon I drew at the top is kind of my first Infographic. I didn’t even know the word until I landed on I Love Coffee by Ryoko Iwata , where you can find lots of cute Infographics about coffee. She has a book published called Coffee Gives Me Superpowers