We are STOKED to enter this unofficial, slightly peculiar food blog competition. Bring it on, Corps Teams!
Here is our first entry.
1. The photos of our meal are posted below. We forgot to take a "before" shot of the meal preparation, but the detailed description should give you an idea of what colors filled the kitchen counter.
2. Josh Ulrich and Annie Stencil prepared this glorious dinner. I think it is important to understand that although we washed our hands before we started, our faces were literally caked with dirt from using the chainsaw all day. First, we diced all the vegetables that were to go into the pan to sautee. Onions, zucchini, carrots, garlic, and tomatoes. Then, we brought a pot of water to a boil before adding spinach fettuccini (spelling?) pasta. AKA pasta from heaven. Then, we unintentionally cooked the pasta for too long, creating a finished product that was cooked way past "al dente". However, we didn't mind. We were so tired from a long day out in the field that it was beneficial not to have to use our chewing muscles. After the vegetable medely was sauteed and garlic aroma filled the air, we added a can of whole tomatoes and let it reduce and simmer with the vegetables. THEN we grated an entire block of white cheddar to put on top of the finished product. With dirt still on our faces, we enjoyed the most delicious mushy pasta ever made.