Flatbread for Dinner

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fresh homemade flatbread with homemade topping – YUM!

This weekend my husband announced on Saturday that he would be making flatbread for dinner on Sunday. I wasn’t really sure what that meant but I’ve learned over the years that if my husband is cooking, I’m enjoying (okay, there was that one time over 30 years ago when he made fried rice and none of us could feel the inside of our mouths for the next 2 weeks). I was given instructions to pick up fresh yeast (not dried yeast) and some more mushrooms. We had, according to the chef, sufficient plum tomatoes and onions and tahini and parmesan cheese. He likes to talk to me to tell me what he is going to concoct. I don’t always listen in detail because these conversations often occur when I am in the middle of doing something else. 🙂 I listen for the “do we have any” and the “can you pick up” phrases. I went about doing a zillion errands and chores on Sunday – dusted his office (no wonder why he is always coughing up there), cleaned the bathroom, did the laundry, grocery shopping, got books from the library, and emptied garbage cans. I figured after that day I was entitled to sit back and let someone else make dinner. It was, of course, totally delicious. Other than what I mentioned above, I have no idea how he made it or what was in it. But now it’s in us and our tummies are oh so very happy!

3 Responses to “Flatbread for Dinner”


  1. 1 Jinjer January 28, 2020 at 12:34 am

    Well, it certainly looks tasty!

    Why could no one feel the insides of their mouths after eating the fried rice?

  2. 2 ahuva18 January 28, 2020 at 11:37 am

    *laughing* he made the fried rice SO SPICY HOT that after one mouthful our taste buds were destroyed. 🙂 He and another guest loved it and but the other guest and I had tears running down our cheeks. 🙂

  3. 3 Jinjer January 31, 2020 at 11:18 pm

    Wow that was some spicy rice!!!


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