(You can make an egg-less version too. It's funny that I always pay attention to this in recipes. I think it must have been so ingrained in me during childhood to be aware of what my brother - who has a severe egg allergy - could and couldn't eat, that I still make a mental note whenever I have something that is egg-less, and particularly good, that Ryan can have it and that I should make it when I see him.)
The food for the dinner party all came out fine, but I feel like the evening itself was only ok. We were the only ones who had kids and you can really feel the difference when you are around people who don't have kids or aren't around children versus those who have kids or are very used to them. A fellow told Dan when I was pregnant with John that we would soon see that the world is separated into two kinds of people, those who have children, and those who don't. I have found this to be very, very true.
Today has been pretty great except for that it's so freaking HOT!!! I really can't help it, but I blame Pittsburgh for this. I don't know why. I know it's not logical. Weather is weather, you can't change it, but I can't help but feel that somehow the city is personally responsible for the fact that it's in the high 80's, and it's a whole week into October! Tomorrow is supposed to be 90 degrees. Insanity, I tell you.
It was far too hot to cook in the house tonight, so I'll show you in my next post how I made dinner, MacGyver style. Yeah.