The WinnersI successfully roasted a whole chicken and would definitely do it again. One friend pointed out that buying a rotisserie chicken costs about the same as roasting one yourself, but I did get a deal of satisfaction pulling that beautiful, golden bird out of the oven.
I learned to make pasta from scratch. In fact, I am pretty good at making pasta and will likely do it in the future.
I figured out quinoa and it is now a regular part of my weekly meal plan.
I gave up on the idea of making my own smoothie. I would swoon every time I assembled the long list of green smoothie ingredients and run directly to big bottle of Naked Green Drink. It’s only $6 at the warehouse store and just worth it.
The LosersPolenta and bread did not get made from scratch. Their future is not bright.
Three more soup recipes were not secured. Friends did send me some great recipes and I am hoping the winter months provide inspiration to tackle this bucket list item.
I did not learn how to perfectly poach an egg. We have a machine that perfectly poaches eggs. This eroded some of my motivation.
Souffles were just not in the cards. I actually forgot that was on the list until right this second. Now I wonder what the heck I was thinking.
Figure out how to freeze my own skillet meals – This I am still going to do. I saw it on Top Chef and I want to recreate the challenge at home.
A DrawFiguring out a go to fish dish. I did not figure out a good fish dish, but my husband and I started eating a lot more fish. I consider that an overall win for our health, but we still need something to show off at a dinner party.
So how did you do on your Summer To Do List?