For those of you who like to blog, whether it's to share snippets of your life, photographs, recipes, or whatever else, this is what it's like to try and share these things when you have children...
Yummy, super easy, Shrimp Asparagus dish I wanted to share with you..
welcome sneaky little fingers..
"Don't mind if I do!"
Here's the recipe for those interested:
(keep in mind.. I like to just throw everything in the pan so the amounts can vary)
4 cloves of fresh garlic
( I am pretty much in love with fresh garlic so even though this might already seem like plenty to the average person, I usually use even more)
2 T. Butter
(I use frozen pre-cooked shrimp and thaw it out under cold running water first)
(the thin asparagus is definitely the best in my opinion but the thick stuff would work too)
Salt & Pepper
A fresh lemon
Chop fresh garlic into itsy bitsy pieces and break tough ends off of Asparagus, set both aside. Melt butter in a pan on the stove over medium/high heat (closer to medium). Add chopped garlic. Add asparagus and shrimp. Sprinkle lemon pepper, salt and pepper over mixture (amount depends on your preference) and stir it all together. Cover and cook for up to 8 minutes, stirring occasionally.
(Keep an eye on the asparagus, if you like it more soft and tender, cook it longer, if you like it more crunchy, don't cook it as long.)
Remove from heat and squeeze lemon juice over it. (I LOVE lemon juice so I usually squeeze a TON over my own plate)
Because of my degree and my connections with Deaf people, I get asked a lot of questions about my opinions on many different topics related to deaf people and the Deaf community, some of which I have a hard time answering.
Not because I don't understand them (for the most part) or know where I stand on each specific topic..
but because I am not the most eloquent person and I want to explain my thoughts the very best I can because there is already so much confusion and so many misunderstandings about Deaf people.
I LOVE what I have studied so far in college and I hope to someday continue my education in this area and go back for a master's degree.
Because of my love for this, I want to share with you a post from my friend Becca.
She is a fantastic writer and she successfully explained SO much in such a short post here.