Late out of work (about six). Late out grocery shopping. Late start to supper.
Two leg and thigh pieces of chicken, cooked stovetop over medium heat with a little bit of water to help keep from scorching and to add some steam heat, and dressed with a Romano salad dressing. Kept covered.
Spaghetti squash, frozen earlier in the year fresh from an uncle’s garden. About a cup and a half. One clove of garlic and some parsely flakes. Heated on the stovetop.
Spaghetti–the pasta, this time. Perhaps half a pound. Thrown into boiling water.
Combine all these ingredients, setting aside half for tomorrow’s lunch.
The results were a little bland, which I addressed with pepper and parmesean cheese. More dressing might have worked, too, and more garlic.