|Happy Easter - put an egg (or two) on it - Photo by Wasabi Prime|
Nothing says Easter Sunday Dinner like... Vegetable Bi Bim Bap! It's true, there is literally nothing Eastery about Korean comfort food, but who cares, it's got gorgeous eggs on it. What is somewhat Easter-like and religiously insensitive, is how glad I was to discover our grown-your-own shiitake mushroom log had miraculously come back to life. Resurrected, as it were. Praise the mushroom log - It Has Risen! I did a post about first getting the mushroom log last year, and how the supposedly easy directions were hardly that, and no mushrooms were growing from this thing, just creepy green mold. I did what any level-headed person would do, I hurled the thing into the backyard in a fit of rage and just forgot about it for months. Luckily, I hurled it under some trees, where it basically was put in its natural environment, so when the temperatures were optimal, it started growing shiitake mushrooms!
|Our backyard miralce -- the resurrection of the mushroom log - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
|Homegrown mushrooms with Put An Egg On It goodness - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
|Mushroom bounty was great in mapo tofu, as well - Photos by Wasabi Prime|
So how does one round-out a completely nontraditional Easter menu? With marshmallow Peeps, of course. I buy a package every year because they are the most adorable-looking candy in the universe, eat one, get immediately grossed out, and promptly give the rest away. Ah, Easter!
|"Frank, you okay? Frank...? Nooooooooooo!!!!!!!" Happy Easter - Photo by Wasabi Prime|