Day #15 of The Ultimate Blog Challenge...you can read my other posts for the Challenge here :)
Our flights have landed and we all are home....safe and sound...even after listening to SuKu jabber away the whole week
This week it's time for a new theme. It's been about 20 minutes that I opened up this new post page to write something, and I still have no clue what I will write about . Yes I somehow have not finalised a theme yet. We just returned from our weekly grocery shopping, too tired to cook anything for dinner so packed a sub from subway. Stomach is growling and I can also hear Ritchie's stomach making some sound. Oh no that is not his stomach.. that is him calling me to eat... Ok I will come back in a minute wogay
Back now...After that above para, stopped went and grabbed that sub made comments like how lousy it was and how Ritchie had chosen the wrong bread for me and how the subway guy was not generous with the sweet onion sauce, so on and so forth.
Anyways came back and started writing again. Still sore about having to eat that sub. Me and Ritchie are both very big foodies. And people, Ritchie is a very good cook and extremely artistic in his approach. This quality of his is genetic, because my MIL is also a Master Chef .
We eat out a lot too, but not for the sake of eating. We practically carry out a research on some particular cuisine then go out check the best restaurants serving them and then gulp that food. We usually and most certainly do not go out and eat Indian food by ourselves. The reason is obvious because we make the best Indian food at home. Another item that has been cut out from our list is the Lasagna. We love lasagna and used to often go out and eat that....then one day I made it at home about a year back and since then Ritchie has stopped eating it out. We tried once or twice but now he makes faces and says what I make is the best ♥♥♥
And no you should not think Ritchie is generous with his compliments; he is NOT. The man adores food. Food is an art form for him. If it was in his capacity he would shoot people who messed up with food. Initially when we went to his relatives' houses for lunch or dinner, I used to be really surprised how the aunties would wait and look up to Ritchie for 'expert' comments and how concerned they were whether he has approved their cooking or not. And I am saying this in all seriousness the man is brutal with his comments. I was the new bride and was spared the torture of cooking so never really heard any comments from him. But after 2 months when I joined Ritchie in Stockholm I kept contemplating about how on earth was I going to tell him that the only thing I made was 'Maggi' and that too sometimes they would be so soggy that I just add more water and turn it into a noodle soup
But thankfully those times passed away with real ease and now I can whip up a meal in a jiffy . Speaking about jiffy, that is what I like to do when we go shopping or for movies. I like to usually plan a dinner that I can come back and make quickly just in case we decide not to eat out. Today I did not have anything in mind and hence the sub. Wasn't I about to tell you the theme for this week??? or all you smarty pants have already guessed it eh?? Yes the theme for this week is food. Suits the challenge no? After all those challenges and travel we are bound to feel hungry right? And no please don't expect some elaborate recipes, it will be about how to quickly fix up something to eat at home so that outside food could be avoided. So after Challenger SuKu, Traveller SuKu this week we see Chef SuKu
All of you are cordially invited for a lip smacking and quick preparation menu. Yes yes this was just an introduction...recipes will start from tomorrow
P.S: *This is not the first time I am writing about food, I have scribbled something on food here
*Yesterday other than the challenge post I had written something else too you can read it here
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