Friday, January 25, 2013

Pam gives birth to a limerick (and Cabbage and Pasta)

With pasta and cabbage by Pam,
It's poetry cuisine's slam.
So simple it's dumb.
But don't cut your thumb
Knifing napa or savoy or ham.

When I read Pam's post about cabbage and noodles I did indeed go directly to the store to buy a large head of Napa. I waffled, then decided to go with Asian clear rice noodles and Asian flavors. You need no guidance here. Just cook some cabbage the way you like it and serve it with macaroni of any provenance. Go have a look at what Pam did.

On a more pedestrian note, I still have no communication between my excellent digital camera and my computer. But I've gotten my phone to agree to take some pix after a period of severe recalcitrance. Not great photo-journalism, but adequate for my purposes.


belleau kitchen said...

ahh, the old limericks are coming out of the woodwork... run for the hills!

Chris said...

I saw her post and loved the simplicity of it. This looks great!

Angie's Recipes said...

Simplicity at its best! The pasta looks light and delicious.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

I just recently saw Pam's post. I would love this!

Jenn said...

This is a great non-recipe! Simple beyond belief.

(Like the new look...)

Inside a British Mum's Kitchen said...

I''m off to find her post too -
Mary x

Pam said...

Ha! Ha!!! Very creative as usual---I always fall for a good limerick!!! Your cabbage versions sounds great!

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