Hello Dear Readers!
We’re back! Thanks for your patience.
What better way to return to the world of blogging than with a story of food. Over new years, I decided to purchase for myself a set of Ramekins. A Ramekin, for those of you not in the know, is a small type of ceramic dishware that can be used in the oven. Often custards or puddings are made in Ramekins. My purchase was specifically for Chocolate Fondants. After their initial usage, however, I really wasn’t doing much with my new cooking tools.
Cue Mom D.
I was talking to Mom D about my Ramekins and she helped me realize that my set (which conveniently comes with Tupperware lids) would be perfect for baking pimped out lunches.
Last week, I started the experiment with tiny shepherds pies.
And this week, Chicken Pot Pies!
Talk about delicious! Sure, it takes a couple hours on a Sunday to do all the preparation, but the delicious factor is high and it’s worth it not to have to worry about saving leftovers or preparing lunches in the morning before work. Unfortunately, I only have four Ramekins. I should probably purchase a fifth so that I can have a complete work week.
I’m still trying to think up a few more delicious dishes that I could bake and bring with me to work. If you have any recommendations, I’m all ears!