Our meal last night was tasty; however, it turned out to taste very similar to another recipe I have used in the past, so for that reason, we felt a little let down. Don't get me wrong...it tasted great, but we had our mouths watering for a new flavor.
Here's the link, it really is delicious: Lemon Pork with Cumin
(The recipe calls for dry white wine, but I substituted it with chicken bouillon.)
Well, if I wanted a different flavor, I certainly got it today. I was hankering for cantaloupe since we purchased two of the melons from a local market, so I checked to see which one was the most ripe (squeezing the navel and taking a sniff). Then, I whacked into it with a knife and was shocked to see that the flesh of the melon was green...like a honeydew! That's when I looked at the sticker on the "cantaloupe" and saw that it was a galia melon. I quickly looked at the second melon in the fridge, and sure enough...it's a galia too.
Yesterday I wanted a new flavor and got same-o, same-o. Today I wanted a typical flavor and got something new. Life is like that at times.