Before the roasting.
Finished product. Sorry about the bad picture. Somehow I turned the flash off? Who knows...
Steak...already cut, with the whiskey cream sauce on top.
Now, one thing. The recipe calls for 3 tablespoons of finely chopped onions (or something like that). I did have 3 onions. But they are the size of softballs. I really didn't want to cut into all of that onion for just 3 tablespoons. So, I used dried minced onion that I had in the cabinet. I just re-hydrated them with water before adding them. And I went a bit overboard with them. So the sauce would look a little different if I went with the real thing.
I'm assuming the meal was good. I can't really taste much, or smell anything. No one complained, plates were cleaned. So it had to have been alright. I tried roasting cauliflower this time because I wanted to see if roasting it would make it more appealing to me. Normally I do not care for it. Well the jury is still out, because like I said I can't taste much. But I ate it, and it was ok. So I will give it another try once I get over this cold.
I was going to try making Curry Chicken this week too. But that is on hold until I can taste again. No point in trying something new when I can't taste it. Hopefully next week. Tonight's dinner will be boring ol hamburgers. I am adding stuff too them like I always do though. I am loosely basing them from a recipe from Sandra Lee. Onion rings on the side (for everyone but Ethan). And a sauce that closely resembles the Awesome Blossom sauce from Outback Steakhouse. I love this sauce!
Hmm. Anything else? No that's all for now I think. I'm too foggy to think anymore. Time to rest my brain before Ethan wakes up from his nap.