Really Boring Stuff Only III: Resurrection

lsiberian

lsiberian

Audioholic Overlord
Can't complain. More plans than time. How's your health? Are you fine?
It's great considering. I live in NYC, but I've managed to avoid the COVID. About to move to Jersey CIty in a couple weeks. I'm now a year and a half clear from any signs of disease.
 
BoredSysAdmin

BoredSysAdmin

Audioholic Overlord
It's great considering. I live in NYC, but I've managed to avoid the COVID. About to move to Jersey CIty in a couple weeks. I'm now a year and a half clear from any signs of disease.
Cheaper Real estate, car insurance, and no NYC %4 tax. Welcome to the better state!
Also congrats on staying healthy!
 
lsiberian

lsiberian

Audioholic Overlord
Cheaper Real estate, car insurance, and no NYC %4 tax. Welcome to the better state!
Also congrats on staying healthy!
Yeah the rent was about 1k a month less, that 4% tax is nasty, and the place is bigger too! With us working from home the commute is the same too.
 
killdozzer

killdozzer

Audioholic Samurai
Simple and scrumptious!
Pasta Gorgonzola:
Bring a pot of water with some salt to boil and add pasta (short type - for this I like Cavatappi).
Use a non-stick pan with a higher rim so you can fit all.
Melt butter and then add Gorgonzola and a teaspoon of pesto Genovese. Take a spoonful or two of pasta water and add to the pan before adding pasta.
When pasta is over, use strainer spoon to transport pasta to the pan. Don't mind that it's bringing some water with it.
Use silicone spatulas to toss and turn the pasta until the sauce around it thickens (you'll notice it'll start to stick and stretch while you stir it). And it's done. Both Gorgonzola and pesto are salty so I don't add extra salt.
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Pasta and cheese lack fiber to make it easier to digest, that's why I add chili flakes (I like them, anyway) which speed up digestion.
 

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