Attention: This is "Mr. KMW".
My wife is away on business for the entire week so I am going to take this opportunity to eat whatever I want and blog about it. I am normally her test subject allowing her to experiment with all of her ideas for a good meal. It is so much fun to be her food judge and I absolutely love her process for keeping this blog up to date, but there is a downside.
- She does not accept the concept of canned meat.
- She does not like to repeat meals, even the ones that are amazingly tasty.
- She does not like fried food.
Guess what? This entire week, I am taking this oppotunity to eat the dishes she avoids!
Monday - Spam and rice. Tuesday - Fried Chicken. Today, I decided to grill a fat t-bone steak with potatoes and onions. Tomorrow, more spam and rice! Ha.
I figure if my wife can blog about food, so can I. Here's a simple side dish I learned from my Mom and Dad. It's potatoes and onions cooked on the stove!
Ingredients: Potatoes, onions, salt, pepper, rediculously expensive olive oil.
Steps to cook it after the break.
Step 1: Cut up some potatoes and onions. Thinner slices, like 1/4 of an inch. Step 2: Pour olive oil into a large pan and heat to medium high. Step 3: Throw the potato slices into the pan and cover it. Let it cook for 10 minutes on medium. Step 4: Mix around the potatoes (flipping them if possible). They should have a nice browning to them from the oil. Cook for another 5 minutes or so covered. Step 5: Mix around the potatoes, add some more oil if necessary and throw in the onions. Add salt / pepper to taste and cover. Let the onions cook for a few minutes moving them around if needed. Step 6: Drop it to low and focus on grilling your steak to your liking. You can warm the potatoes and onions for a really long time... Step 7: Serve with ketchup.
- Mr. KMW