I figured I might wanna write about cooking while cooking, since the noodles are taking forever to cook.
This is me cooking pasta with tomato sauce and ground beef. For those wondering why I have wooden spoon in an empty can of tomato sauce, I have this to ask you: are your stoves clean? If not, do what I’m doing and get some sort of container so you can put your messy spoon, spatulas, or whatever in them instead of on your shiny stove.
Secondly, one may wonder why I have so much tomato sauce, and that’s a really good point: I don’t know why. It’s just a lot of it that happened to be in the can, and I really wanted a lot of saucy. Because saucy pasta is delicious. Particularly with about 500 grams of ground beef burbling away in there. Don’t worry, I’m not cooking it in the sauce, it’s already precooked. I know how to cook meat now.
The other thing people might be wondering is why is there so much water in that pot? Well, when I cook pasta I tend to cook it in two different ways: measure the water to be what I need, and it cooks faster; but if I put a LOT of water in the pot, the pasta will be properly cooked all the time, instead of some of the time if I accidentally put too little in.
But what kind of pasta is Phil eating for dinner? Wagon Wheels of course!
This is the end result:
Does it make you drool? Is it tantalizing?
Well, too bad. It’s mine.