Pasta with Spinach, Mushrooms and Goat Cheese; Through the Looking Glass… — 10 Comments

  1. Either tomorrow will be better or . . . well you know we had a saying once
    “Eat a live toad in the morning first thing and nothing else bad/worse can happen to you the rest of the day.”
    The absolute worse times on the boat were when the “head” got stopped up or down there really isn’t direction with that is there.

  2. I’m so sorry for your plumbing trouble. Your sense of humor in the face of those types of challenges (no bathroom!) is commendable. The most important question here really is – did you learn any new colorful language from “mon mari” while he worked? I’ve found in similar situations that I get all kinds of new words that I can file away in my verbal arsenal. 🙂 Julia

  3. We ALL hate plumbing problems. Soon it will be a distant memory.
    The dish however, will live on. I love pasta of almost any kind. And spinach, mushrooms and goats cheese?? I can’t wait to try it!

  4. Good lord, Katie…. I know exactly how you feel… maybe not exactly but close. I hate when those things happen. It has happened to me 3 times in our house and it was kind of worse here because the tank overflowed and… no details here… only for your knowledge, the tank is in the garage and I love keeping things in boxes. My garage is full of them packed in piles.
    Anyway, I’m sure the day after will be better, anything is better than “that”.
    Don’t eat too much spinach or you’ll have to help your Mari!

  5. This looks great! Easy too 😉 The creaminess and the zing of the goat cheese and yogurt make for a great, healthy alternative to traditional cream sauces! I work with Chavrie (the pyramid-shaped fresh goat cheese) and I enjoy seeing healthy recipes that incorporate goat cheese in order to sustain that great rich flavor. Thanks for the post!

  6. Tomorrow IS bound to be better. And thanks for sharing your delicious looking pasta with Presto Pasta Nights. I especially like the goat cheese with the spinach.
    And I never get tired of your adventures. What will I do when you’re all settled in?

  7. Tanna, I’ll remember that one!
    Henhouse, he was muttering….continually….
    Cindy, they really are the worst.
    Thanks, Food hunter
    Elizabeth, and easy… so it didn’t disturb my wine.
    Nuria, thank god it didn’t overflow!!!
    Corrine, I love creamy goat cheese – and eat far too much of it.
    Ruth, I’ll relax!

  8. Well in my profession, we see lots of clogged sinks, drains, septic and sewer systems.
    It seems that the colorful language you speak of isn’t always reserved for the dryer, lol.
    Thanks for a very entertaining account of your situation.