Wednesday, December 05, 2007

Dental Work Menu

McCann's Irish Oatmeal. Not "quick" or anything like that, but simply about the best tasting oatmeal you can have. It takes about twenty minutes to stir up a decent porridge. Serve with a pat of butter, a couple teaspoons of honey, douse it down with buttermilk.

Soft. Filling. Tasty.



Anonymous tata said...

Homemade apple sauce. Grits. Gnocchi in butter. Refried beans. Pear butter. Scrambled eggs with cream cheese. Pumpkin custard. Garlic mashed potatoes. Pastina in broth. Lentil soup. Corned beef hash. Exceedingly sloppy joes. Egg nog. Coddled eggs with perfect hollandaise.

I've had a few teeth removed and braces - twice.

7:16 PM  
Blogger Sherry said...

pastina cooked, drained add butter and stir in a beaten egg so that it cooks into it and gets creamy.

i love oatmeal but i'd put in a little cinnamon.

the pastina (the bigger round kind, like in wedding soup) with the butter and egg is very good if you have a cold as well.

i hope all goes well.

8:51 PM  
Blogger rangeragainstwar said...

Love the Irish oats--try with a bit of dark amber maple syrup instead of honey, for a little difference.
Flan, egg custard w/ nutmeg, farina, plus all the above suggestions should help you pull through. Good luck.


10:24 PM  
Blogger rangeragainstwar said...

I just had stomach surgery and was on a liquid diet for two weeks; soft food for two weeks, so I commiserate.

I trust your recovery will be as complete as mine was. Good luck.

9:42 AM  
Anonymous constant comment said...

Good luck with your dental work--we'll be pulling for you, excuse the pun!

11:21 AM  
Blogger seventh sister said...

Are any of your Native American family doing ceremonies for you while this is happening? From what I understand, the person for whom the ceremony is being held does not have to be physically present in all cases.

8:20 AM  
Blogger The Minstrel Boy said...

yes. friends and family have been in ceremony for me. three days after christmas i will be back on the rez to take part in a healing ceremony. both to finish off the dental recovery and to prepare for the other stuff to come.

9:25 PM  

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