Thursday, September 28, 2006

Kiss the Cook, these are delicious!

Last night, I made "Dolmas" (traditional Greek dish of Stuffed Grape Leaves).... Mmmm Mmm good! I've made them twice now, and I must say that i'm getting pretty good at them. Took some to work in a container, and they are even better after chilling overnight in the fridge. In my experience, they serve-up best with a nice greek salad, with olives, onions, feta cheese, peppers, & of course, hummus with warm pita bread. Mr. J liked them too-as I made them at his request. Very good little snack dish if you haven't tried them, that is if you are a fan of greek dishes.

Looks like today was a popular day to be born ; Happy Birthday goes out to:

That list might have been longer, but I made note of the ones that I most recognized... Let's see, to be born on this date, given the approximate gestation of humans, hmmm... That means there is alot of Holiday lovin going on during the X-mas holidays... well somewhere between then and the new year. Who says Mistletoe is harmless!! However, if you get specific with a 266 day average gestation, these guys very well could have been conceived on "Mungday" (the 5th of the month--not sure what Mungday means? Then click Here But, no matter when you were born, have a wonderful day and as Mom always used to say, look both ways before crossing the street and always wear clean underwear. You just never know.

4 comments:

Barnze said...

we had our fill of those while on holiday..Nice!

Aunt Jackie said...

Delish! I must travel one day and try the real thing!

Barnze said...

Greece is a great country to travel to,the people are brill the food is great and the wasps are fucking massive.

Aunt Jackie said...

Wasps?? Did you say Wasps?? Oh jesus-That's one of my big phobias... right there with Clowns they are. Like tiny clowns that sting!