Pasta with Avocado and Chevre; the Update

Lest you think mon mari is totally ignoring my kitchen cabinets……

Cabinets

He did manage to get 4 more doors done….

That would be 10 down, 18 to go.  But, who’s counting?

He finished another ceiling, but this one was easy….

Ceiling_white

Just a bit of patching, sanding and a coat of white paint.

Then, shall we say, he bent his attention to the floor.

Floor_balcony

He filled in the gaps in the door openings with cement, to finish leveling the floor so he could lay tile

In his spare time he managed to fetch some firewood

Wood_pile

And do some of the, much-hated, plumbing, to get an outdoor faucet near the house and another by my garden.

(Can you hear the sound of the whip being cracked?)

I, on the other hand, am lazing around the house nibbling bon bons.

Well, I did manage to freeze 15 kilos of tomatoes in various forms of sauce, chopped, etc., as well as at least that much zucchini (courgette) in various forms as well.

My freezer is now full.

What am I going to do will all the butternut squash that are ripening?!?!?

You’ll have to forgive this next recipe…..

it’s incredibly simple with only 4 ingredients – but you can pretend you slaved all day.

And it’s high fat, with the goat cheese and avocado – but mainly heart-healthy fats.

I’m still trying to fatten him up after his last hospital stay.  If only I could give him the calories from my half, as well…..

Pasta with Avocado and Chevre

Pasta with Avocado and Chevre

1 1/4 cup pasta
 1 ripe avocado
3oz (90gr) soft goat cheese (Chavrie, Chevraux)
1/2 cup Greek olives

Cook pasta according to package directions.  Drain.  Do not rinse.
Cut avocado into small cubes.  Pit olives and cut in half.  Combine goat cheese and pasta; stir well to combine.  Add avocado, olives, stir gently and serve.

 

It’s simple…. but tasty….

3 thoughts on “Pasta with Avocado and Chevre; the Update”

  1. Oh my, you two have been busy. The kitchen is coming along. We are completing the last of the renovation downstairs. I need to blog about it some time. Don’t think I could be gardening too.

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