Monday, November 10, 2008

Dinner tonight was a recipe from my sister.  Technically she got it from her husband who got it from his mom.  So tonight I served my kids something that my brother in law ate as a kid.  And it was very good.  I don't know what it's called.  I just know that it used up the remaining roast that I had left over and that it was super easy to make.  I'm going to call it orange spaghetti because the sauce is kinda orange.  I'll even tell you  how I did it.  Mix one can of Campbell's tomato soup with one cup of sour cream, add leftover roast pieces, warm, and serve over thin spaghetti noodles.  Surprisingly delicious.

What did you make tonight darling?  Orange Spaghetti.
How many ate it?  Four out of five of us.  Roman just had apple juice.
Was it easy to make?  You betcha.  Wink, wink.
Did you serve anything else with it?  Nope.  Couldn't think of anything.

*This just in.  A wonderful friend of mine and kind-of-relative, Sara Frogley, was gracious enough to tell me the name to this great recipe.  It is from the kitchen of Dorothy Frogley, her mother (also my brother in law's mother, small world) and her mom called it Stroganoff.  That sounds way more appropriate than orange spaghetti.  Thanks for sharing this info Sara.


Emi said...

wow. now youre just starting to get crazy.
Dinner here:
Gavin: chicken nugget lunchable
Jason: my chicken lasagna lunch I bought at work, and didn't even look at, but got it "to go" and brought it home, salad and all.
me: Three pieces of halloween candy stolen from Gavins bag. and a diet coke

Amanda said...

Yeah, my fave is cookie dough and diet Coke for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Heather Carringer Lemon said...

cYou two are nuts! I remember everyone eating candy and soda for lunch in school everyday. How you all could function is beyond me. But I am hypoglycemic and so is my husband.