I want to share a recently discovered, delicious, simple (remember who's talking, I'm incapable of anything too complicated) and quick recipe with you. I fixed it again last night. Last time I made it, Fee went out of town the next day, and I had it for lunch and dinner for days--and loved it each time. The fresh green beans and fresh grated parmigian are too delicious!
You will definitely have leftovers if you make the full recipe, but do try Mini Penne with Chicken, Green Beans, and Walnuts. Again, this recipe makes so much, you either need to have guests to help you eat it, love leftovers, or cut the recipe.
I was using the recipes on the boxes of Barilla's pasta, when suddenly, the boxes became recipeless! Panic! I was enjoying trying various pastas and the new recipes, but never fear, Barilla has a site full of their delicious recipes. The Mini Penne is one of our favorites.
Tai Chi Legacy is coming up next weekend, so I've been practicing more and more. Not as much as I should, but more. Have been meeting Thomas and Nina in the park when I can, and we time the routines and critique each other. Year before last, Thomas and I competed in Orlando, New Orleans, and Dallas at various tournaments (New Orleans just months before Katrina--it was so much fun, and now, such a nostalgic memory). Last year neither of us were able to make any tournaments, and this year, only Tai Chi Legacy. So far. I look forward to seeing people from all over that we only see at tournaments, to watching the Masters' Demo, and to seeing the little ones from Houston's Buddhist Temple.