With a grandma in town, hubs and I escaped for a date night this past weekend. We did a super cool thing and meandered through the bookstore without buying anything (love these kind of dates). I did get myself lost in the cookbooks, but I pulled out only wanting a couple things: True Food and Superfood Kitchen.
Bookstores give two purposes: make you feel smart and make you want to leave something significant in the world. Well, buying books could be another purpose, but that’s not what happened. 🙂
Tyler wants to write a book. He’s always trying to find time to do creative writing, which is tricky when you work at least 10 hour days. He’s good too. There’s several of his stories that could be totally awesome if they are completed. I already see movies in my head.
This will be great…I’ll blog and he’ll write, sound good? Well, maybe that’s a little dreamy and artsy, but at least they’re habits that give something to others, right? Don’t worry, my mommy day-job isn’t going anywhere – my kiddos are way too cute.
Okay, let’s get to tomatoes.
Tyler thought he loved tomatoes until he met me. I love the tomatoes. I love tomatoes. Have I said I love tomatoes? I also love myself a good sandwich.
I love the creaminess of hummus and avocado mixed with the bite of pepperoncinis. If you’re not a pepperoncini fan, leave them out. No biggie.
Add lettuce, peppers, cucumbers, or whatever you happen to have in your fridge. Don’t so many good recipes come from times when we don’t have all or the right ingredients? (Then again, I think I’ve made some gross things that way too.) Paired with some of Dave’s Killer Bread, you have yourself a great sandwich.
Here’s to having a happy Monday lunch! P.S. Don’t forget to visit a bookstore (even if kindle versions are cheaper).