Dinner is better than that little joke.
Easy. Easy. Easy.
And healthy, for a change. :)
A big batch of stir fried green vegetables mixed with some Asian dumplings couldn’t be simpler. Add as much soy sauce and crushed red pepper to match your flavor preference. The broiled pineapple makes a lovely and unexpected side.
Frozen Asian dumplings, such as Annie Chun’s or Ling Ling
1 bunch asparagus, cut into 2 inch pieces
10 oz frozen shelled edamame
1/4 cup chopped peanuts
Pinch of crushed red pepper
1/2 pineapple, cut into rings
Light brown sugar
1. Pan-fry the dumplings in vegetable oil with asparagus, broccoli florets and edamame.
2. Season stir fry with a splash of soy sauce and top with peanuts.
3. Sprinkle brown sugar over pineapple slices and broil until bubbly.
4. Serve stir fry with a side of pineapple.
Recipe from AnnieChun.com
Tears For Annie describes itself as not just a band, but an artform. Tears “makes art & installation pieces for exhibitions all over the world” that “represent a number of things, including feminism, art, class systems, and new romanticism reborn.”
Sounds pretty interesting, no?
From what I have heard, so far, sounds pretty good, too.
‘You And Whose Army’ sort of has that 80s girl band kind of vibe going on. I like it a lot.
Check out Tears For Annie on Facebook. The debut EP, Purple Heart, will be released March 25th. I don’t have a link to pre-order, but keep checking the FB page closer to the time for more info.