The Laundry Formerly Known As Clean!
It is a rainy day here, and muzzer is doing laundry. Human that she is, her "method" is to pile the clean laundry on the bed so that she can fold it all at once.
Ahem. We went for noon walkies and came back SOAKED. She tried to dry us with the towel, she tried to dry us with the blow dryer, but we prefer to use TLFKAC!
That should get the message across, don't you think?
To make up for her presumption and for putting us through all this dampness, we allowed her to make our favorite soup for lunch.
We call it Strega Nonna's Soup.
Muzzer calls it Pastina and Egg
It is yummy. It is warm, and it is good for what ails you, even if that is extreme dampness.
So we asked her to give our pals the recipe, in case anyone else needs something to keep them warm, or help them fight off some terrible virus. For Hoomans, it is kind of like Chicken soup. Muzzer says, it is pawfect.
Here is how you do it.
Put some water in the pot. 4-6 cups, depending on how much soup you want
Turn on the burner, cover the pot and wait til the water boils.
Add 1/3 cup of pastina or other teeny tiny pasta for every 4 cups of water.
Add 1 TBS olive oil for every four cups of water
Cook 6-10 minutes, until pasta is how you like it.
Meanwhile, beat one eggy for every four cups of water.
When the pasta is done, add the eggy s-l-o-w-l-y, stirrrring the soup as you add the eggy.
turn off the burner and wait until it cools enough for the doggies to eat, but is still warm enough to make them feel cozy. (At our house, this is how long it takes muzzer to gobble "her" serving)
We do not put salt in this or pepper when we are making it for doggies. Hoomans can add salt as needed. Doggies cannot. Same with pepper.
Try it, you might just like it.More carols after dinner.