Welcome to our second post in the Eat Happy cook-through series! Last week Ashley cooked some yummy stuff and I was excited for my recipes to be extremely simple on a week that I was busy and sick….
Then I got started.
First I did Cheese Crisps, since they are my 12-year-old’s longtime favorite snack and he was wanting to eat crap. They are also quick and easy and I was going to use the microwave method while working on cooking their dinner. Easy.
Eating cheese while it cooks is always necessary.
I made them into a large disc that I broke into fourths, but also made a few smaller round ones.
After I had their dinner made, I moved onto the peaches. I knew going in that I don’t like peaches OR prosciutto, but Stuart likes both and I figured it would be good for me to try something new. The recipe was very straightforward. What could possibly go wrong?
I got out all of my ingredients and tools and well… it was a pain in the ass. My peaches weren’t ripe enough, so they were hard to peel AND hard to remove the pit. Once I got them sliced, I thought the hard part was over. I mean, what’s so hard about wrapping peaches in a thin slice of meat right? HAHAHAHAHA.
The prosciutto was hard to handle without it tearing, yet wanted to stick to my hands as I tried to wrap it. So annoying. I have never been so frustrated trying to make something so simple.
When it was done, I tried one and passed the rest to Stuart and Claudia. Cause, yep, still don’t like peaches OR prosciutto. Stuart raved about them too, so if you’re into those couple of things, GO for it!