Scenes from the Barrett-terranean kitchen, in which we Copt to it

Tonight we made an Egyptian lentil dish. This is basically it, although we used spaghetti instead of macaroni. Here’s somebody else blogging about another variation. (The recipe we used was actually from this cookbook, and I’m not sure what the etiquette is in reposting material from cookbooks. I love that cookbook, however, and highly recommend it.) Anyway, it made a lot of food, and Megan said — “You know, if we doubled this recipe on a Sunday night…”

I said, “…we could feed a big group of friends that evening.”

She said, “…we’d have food for the whole week.”

Maybe we should quadruple the recipe and both be right.


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