Photos ~ Custom Quesadilla Lunch, Tony Blair's School, and Phad Thai Dinner

You have no idea how proud of myself I am. Well, a couple of you do. Anyway, all this wonderful cooking thus far learning from Libby as well as here with my sis and bro-in-law must've inspired me. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you today's lunch: a sauteed mushroom and egg, pan-cooked quesadilla. FYI: not historically any kind of cook. But the idea materialized all by itself in my head and it turned out great, I must say. So, I'll relish in this minor victory and onward toward bigger and better food-related triumphs. ;)

Play-by-play action captions in among the pics below.

Lunch ingredients - cheese, mushrooms, eggs, Johnny's (taking Scotland by storm!), and tortillas

Prepping the egg just before I hit it with a blast of my Johnny's spice weasel -- BAM!

Getting the mushrooms going with a little olive oil

Eggs beated and ready

Mushrooms are looking good...

...so it's time to get the egg in there

The jalapeno jack and chipotle cheddar wait for their time to shine

The egg and mushrooms all scrambled together

Eggs and mushroom on top of a tortilla

Then with the cheese on top get everything all melty inside and crispy outside

My finished sauteed mushroom and egg, pan cooked quesadilla

Oh, baby

Fettes College

Detail of Fettes College, Edinburgh, Scotland

Detail of Fettes College spire, Edinburgh, Scotland

Gate leading up to Fettes College, Edinburgh, Scotland

Prepping the sauce for a phad thai dinner

Some shredded carrot and green onions patriotically in the shape of the Scottish flag

Onions and garlic (left) and garlic (right) getting started for the phad thai and muscles respectively

Toni and David cooking up a storm

Egg and carrots now enter the mix for the phad thai

The egg now all scrambled into the carrots, onions, and garlic

Next comes the noodles and sauce

A pot of muscles steaming in white wine

The finished phad thai

Toni's fabulous phad thai topped with a little cilantro, chopped peanuts, and some fresh lime

posted Mar 19, 2009 under edinburgh, phad thai, quesadilla  


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