It is Easter break in Norway and we have spent the first part of it at our cabin. Our favorite retreat when we need to charge our batteries. Had a great time cross country skiing on our way there on Saturday, then Sunday, with no Palm Sunday service in the local church, we decided to spring clean the cabin. Had some pancakes with blueberry jam for lunch, and late in the afternoon I was starving for a real, salty meal. I hadn't planned anything, grocery shopping was sceduled the next day, and we don't keep much food in the cabin over winter. But doing a search in the cupboard and the small propan fridge we have, I ended up with ingridients which I could transform into a:
I boiled spaghetti enough for three people. While waiting for the spaghetti to finish, I braised three left over hotdogs from skiing the day before, one onion, selleri and chives from the cabin garden. A sauce was made of melted butter, an egg and some leftover cream (which I had packed with the rest of the food because I knew it would be spoiled if I left it at home over our holiday).
I mixed it all, and sprinkeled with sellery leaves.
It was too cold to have dinner out on the terrace, but I couldn't resist a photo.