After several days of sophisticated eats in New York City restaurants (and one street-cart hot dog that was really nothing to write home about—and some cruddy convention-center lunches for Jane), dinner tonight is going to be tuna-noodle casserole with crushed potato chips on top.
It's mostly the genuine old-school article, with a couple of twists: bottled alfredo pasta sauce instead of canned cream of mushroom soup, and a frozen peas/carrots/corn/green beans medley instead of straight peas. Ordinarily I would shun the bottled alfredo sauce, but I'm on deadline, so I took the shortcut.
I was inspired by week-old leftover potato chips and a craving for comfort food brought on by the cold that I picked up somewhere in the big city.
I have lots of pictures and lots of experiences to share; I'll aim for getting some posted here late in the week.