M is for menu "Corner View"

What do you get when you put a pregnant lady together with very hot weather? A summer menu that is fast and easy to make. Today it is suppose to be 95 degrees. After I get my hair cut and colored, I am going to spend the rest of the day by the pool eating Italian Ice and Watermelon. Anyway, the other night I made this yummy pasta. It is so simple. I found the recipe on Smitten Kitchen a couple of years ago. Boil some pasta. I choose angel hair because it cooks faster. Then in a bowl mix one package of Boursin cheese (you could use goat if you like) with 2 Tablespoons of olive oil and a Tablespoon of hot water from the pot. Mix until creamy. Drain pasta and add to the bowl. Add salt and pepper along with a couple tablespoons of lemon zest, toasted pine nuts, and some chopped parsley, and wham bam thank you mam you have a light fantastic summer dinner within minutes.

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M is for My favorite Menu :) Yummmmm
jgy said…
Mmmm, yes, delicious choice!
Enjoy! And I May just try this too:)
flowtops said…
Sounds delicious!
Kristin said…
mmhm so delicious. I'm hungry.:)
swig said…
That looks MMMMMarvelous!
Francesca said…
Hope the Italian Ice keep you comfortable and cool!
Theresa said…
That looks great! I hope you will come visit today cuz i have some news that might interest your kids :)
Tzivia said…
M is for Mouth-watering! Looks and sounds delicous!
B. Meandering said…
This looks and sounds delicious. I will try it. :)
G. E. Light said…
That look delicious; I'll have to add that to my pasta recipes alongside Francesca's Orechiette with sun dried tomatoes, broccoli and anchovies!
wham bamm, sounds too good... i'd be on it for a few days on end, oh boursin! the italian ice and watermelon sounds equally appealing. so that menu suits me to a t. and thank you.
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Dana said…
Thanks for the recipe, Kelleyn. It looks divine.
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Stampmouse said…
now I am hungry and its only 730 in the morning.
Arctic Mum said…
That sounded tempting, I'll have to make that one! Everything that's easy and fast goes home in this household too, especially these days!
tanïa said…
That looks tasty! HMMMMMMMMMM!
katy said…
Sounds great! I've used Boursin before, but i think adding the oil and water to the cheese is a great idea. Love the pine nuts too. Maybe I'll give it a try this weekend.

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