Our daughter, Inga, lives and works in Inver Grove Heights, MN, (we call it Inga Grove Heights) as a speech language therapist at a public grade school. When she was still at home she loved to cook and bake, especially cookies. She makes wonderful cookies! Marlo and I would take them to work and there are still requests for Inga’s cookies.
She was home for a bit and made us dinner-entirely ready for us to sit down and enjoy when we walked in the house after work. It was wonderful and DELICIOUS! She served chopped Thai chicken salad and coconut curry ramen. Click each one to see the full recipes.
She got the recipes from Pinch of Yum. Inga learned about the food blogger behind Pinch of Yum from Justine, our daughter-in-law. The blogger of Pinch of Yum is a sister of someone who went to college with Justine. Sometime after college, Justine ran into the sister in the airport and learned about Pinch of Yum and told Inga. Since then, both of them and Connie, my editor, have followed Pinch of Yum and really love her recipes. I have tasted several of them and agree.
I made the recipe myself, froze it and took it to work for lunch everyday this week. It is creamy and tasty, and, yes, the noodles lose something with freezing, but still worth it. It is so yummy. You really have to try it. Thanks for reading and let me know what you think.