spinach fettuccine


Spinach Fettuccine with Grilled Shrimp

No real recipe for this one. Grilled some shrimp in sweet smoked paprika, garlic, granulated onion, kosher salt, pepper, and finished with lemon juice. Boiled the fettuccine to package instructions, and assembled together with a small amount of portobello mushroom (sugar free) pasta sauce from Whole Foods. Quick and easy. 15 minutes maximum. 


Imagine a family member is due to return home from a trip - you know they are coming, so you make plans for a fantastic dinner - chicken vegetable fettuccine, appetizers, spinach & mushroom quiche, asparagus tips, heart cookies, and *two* types of salads… 

Your teenager has just returned with a quick trip to the store because you were out of a few necessary items (can anyone say milk and juice and bandaids?) and everyone is finishing up homework and playtime while waiting for this family member to hurry up and get home!!!

They hear the honking of the car and run out to go greet their loved one. This frozen vignette is a slice of time swohing love and caring and most of all, family. (I think we all really need love right now…)

(fyi, this is a large family with two adults, a teenager, and 6 little ones from 8 down to 1 month!).

Thank goodness for really large kitchens!

wcif friendly.

One more time - thank you to every single creator for everything they do to make this game everything anyone can think of… and thank you to everyone who is a part of this community from those who make glorious sims, those who are incredible builders and/or designers, and last, but not least, to everyone who plays this game (whichever version you play). The sims provides me with so many things - I could not do it by myself.

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Oh my Gawd, you guise. If tumblr only had a “post smell” option.

Spinach fettuccine “pasta” and cherry tomatoes tossed in a basil parmesan pesto, topped with roasted garlic chicken.

Meal prep 50% complete.