Wednesday, October 27, 2010
I have season tickets for the Blazers, which I failed to mention last night. Gamedays are tough for dinner as games generally start at 7, and I usually do not get home until about 6, giving me about 45 minutes to make and eat dinner. This season, instead of giving up on having decent dinners on gamedays, I am going to attempt to be prepared. Like a boy scout, I defrosted ground beef and mixed it with garlic, jalapeno, and a little bit of barbecue sauce on Monday evening so that all I had to do last night for dinner was form patties, grill them on the cast iron grill, and throw one on a bun. Quick and oh so tasty.
Since I don't have much to say about this dinner - I mean, it's a burger - I am going to talk about why cast iron cookware is the best cookware in your kitchen. If you don't have at least a 10- or 12-inch skillet, get one.