"Rise and shine Sammy!"
So, you know what's funny? Not funny ha-ha, but funny curious? I've shared tons and tons of recipes, talked about almost as many books, movies, and tv shows, and mentioned bits and pieces of my everyday life here on the blog over the past 7+ years, and yet, I've never featured many of the most constant parts of my life.
One example—the recipe for the one pasta dish that will please every single member of my family, every single time I make it. I know it's because I usually wind up making it later in the day once all of the natural light has faded, therefore I don't wind up taking any photos. I always think "next time" to myself.
Another example—Supernatural. It's been one of my favorite tv shows for what, almost 11 years now! And yet, no posts specifically dedicated to the cast and writing that makes up the fabric of my daily life (no joke, if I'm home in the mornings...which I am most mornings...Supernatural episodes are usually on the tv as background noise). Unless you count the fact that Dean's handsome mug graces my #FridayPieDay page, that is.
While I'm hard-pressed to find an episode that I don't like, I do have an overflowing handful of all-time favorite episodes. We're looking back to Season 3, Episode 11 today—it's called Mystery Spot. (Fun fact: I've been to a Mystery Spot before, but it was the one in St. Ignace, Michigan. Nobody went missing. That I know of.)
They set about their routine of discussing the case that brought them to Broward County, a man disappearing at the Mystery Spot. At one point in the case, Dean dies...and the next thing we know, the radio is playing Asia and Dean is telling Sammy to rise and shine again...like Groundhog Day. Tuesday happens over and over again, each one ending with Dean dying in a different way.
Pig 'n a Poke is basically a pancake wrapped around breakfast sausage. Yeah, yum. I used my family's trusty buttermilk pancake batter recipe (yet another much-loved-and-used recipe that I haven't shared with you) and modified it slightly to make my version of this Tuesday special.
Phew, I did it. I finally shared a Supernatural-inspired recipe. Now, my plan is to share at least one recipe from each of my personal favorite episodes...plus at least another one for every season. That's the goal, at least.
Coffee and Casseroles, because she is also sharing a recipe inspired by Supernatural today! Do you have any Supernatural-inspired or themed recipes or food on your blog? Feel free to leave a link to the post(s) in the comments if you do, because I'd love to check them out.