Friday, October 2, 2009

Friday Fill Ins

Got to Friday Fill Ins to "fill in" your own!

1. I have a history of doing too much for everyone else and not myself.

2. How to play the piano is something I wish I knew.

3. I'm eating (or recently ate) brown rice and my special ground beef mixture with some soy sauce.

4. I don't like eating on the road.

5. So that's it, that's all you have to do? (The phrase you say when you try something new that you had thought was too hard in the first place and it turned out not being difficult).

6. Five minutes of free time is better than nothing!

7. And as for the weekend, tonight I'm looking forward to the septic tank guy finally showing up (don't ask), tomorrow my plans include going to the Tram Art's festival and Sunday, I want to have school planned out for the new week!


  1. Err, I'll try to cut it down to size- I make it in a gigantic proportion and kind of "eyeball" the amount of everything I put into it so I'll give it a try at explaining.

    Take one pound of ground beef, one regular sized onion (chopped), two or three little bulbs of garlic- chopped (or if you prefer, a bunch of garlic powder to taste- sorry I can't be more specific)and fry these babies up together until the ground beef is done. Turn your heat down a little. Add a couple of tablespoons (there again, sorry I can't be more specific on the amount) of flour into the mixture and stir it around. The ground beef will look like S**W fell on it (hee hee- had to throw that word in for ya'). Take a little beef stock (from a carton- I'm too lazy to make it homemade)and pour it into the mixture. Not sure how much you will need, just enough to make it a little soupy so that when the flour starts to thicken the mixture, it will kind of be like gravy. Salt and pepper to taste. Like I said, you might have to play around with the flour and beef stock to get the right consistency that you like in gravy. That's it- pour over rice and gobble it down!

  2. Thank you for all of that but you lost me at "flour". I never use the stuff. It scares me. I'll just go to the House of Tang and get my Roast Pork Lo Mein. hehe