Yes, let's talk about how cute it is.

Yes, let’s talk about how cute it is.

Yesterday was my BF and I’s anniversary.

How long have we been dating?

Only 2 long, enjoyable months.

How does he not remember our 1 month anniversary but remember the 2 month?
It’s math to me.
But he got me the cutest, most adorable lunch box from the Asian Store.
(Yes that’s a real place). Actually no it’s not a real place. I just forget the name.


What did we do?

I cooked a delicious little Vegetable Medley that I forgot to take a picture of cause it was that good.

Want to make it even though you don’t know what it looks like?

Serves 2 fattys like me and my boyfriend 3

2 zucchinis, sliced
1 diced acorn squash
2 sliced bell peppers
I recommend 1 red and 1 orange so it looks prettier.
1 onion, sliced thinly
3 eggs
1 pack of natural (usda approved) chicken tenderloins
You can cut them further if you choose, I cooked them as strips. Why get natural chicken, you ask? Because it’s better for you.
2 quarter sized handfuls of noodles, broken in half
Don’t know how much to use? Get the Line Tools app. It has a noodle measure, lol.

2-5 shakes garlic salt
2-3 shakes oregano
olive oil
sriracha, salt, and pepper to taste

Cooking Directions
Vegetable Medley
-Oil your pan and slightly brown the zucchini on med-high heat. Add oregano and pepper (I personally load it up). It’s okay if they’re darker, it tastes better.

-Then add the acorn squash and onions. You can add the bell peppers now or later depending on how crispy (al dente for you fancies) you like them. Once you add the peppers, add garlic salt and sriracha.
You can’t go wrong here. You can cook the vegetables as long or as short as you want.

This part is OPTIONAL. It tastes better if you crack an egg into the veggies. But it doesn’t look as pretty in the end. So that’s your call. If you decide to egg up, just crack the eggs in there and let them scramble as usual.
MAKE SURE ALL THAT EGG IS COOKED or else it will not be tasty.

-Wash your chicken.

Olive oil the pan real good, then slap those babies on there. Season the chicken with garlic salt, pepper, parsley, and a little oregano. Flip it with a fork once you see the white coming up on the sides. Then season the other side the same.

-I put the noodles in the boiling water now. You can honestly put them in whenever.
If you are using Line Tools noodle section, you’ll know how much noodles to put in for the amount of people.

-Add salt to the noodles if you want them to taste a little tastier. I’m not a noodle expert but I don’t think you can overcook them..

-When everything is done, place the chicken all pretty like on the plate (fire teepee style) and put the veggies on top of the noodles. Then grab some white wine and SHOVEL THAT BABY UP.

This was pretty fun, actually.
Next time I’ll take pictures of each step.
Maybe draw up some little Taylor’s in each frame to heighten your cooking experience, haha.

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