In Colorado where it gets cold and snowy it’s time for the “stick to your ribs” cooking better known as comfort food. Personally, I always put on a couple of pounds in the colder months because I love to bake and cook this time of year, and yes, eat! It seems like a perfectly natural thing to do in colder temperatures when we want to insulate and stay warm!
Tangy Beef & Rigatoni was conjured up on an evening when I was craving just that sort of cold weather comfort. Beef and pasta- now that’s “stick to your ribs”. The simplest of ingredients combine to satisfy your tastes for a sweet, tangy, and rich dish. The boys always feel satisfied when they have eaten beef. They came back for seconds, which they can do without consideration as growing teenagers. See Recipe.
The Art Part: The end of the process of almost every piece of work I do is a bit of a let down. I have this vision in my head of glowing, glistening, appetizing food you can almost taste and it all feels fine for the first few hours. By the end of the process I always feel that I have overworked it. At this point, I really need to put it away for a few days and come back when I can take an objective look. But the posts must go on, especially if I am going to meet my goal in just a couple of months. So here it is, though I doubt I am finished with it. I really did pick a challenging subject.
Worked a bit more on this.