I saw on Twitter that Whole Foods was going to have shrimp on sale today only, so I made plans to go at lunch. I picked up a half pound, checked out the barbecue sauce (decided not to get it since I can make it, but am I really going to have time to make it?), and hit the frozen section to find coconut milk ice cream. They had so many flavors, so I limited myself to an obnoxiously high number. I checked out several other things that I didn't buy, except for the habanero marmalade I haven't seen anywhere else.
I also checked out the cilantro dip, and wrote down the ingredients so I can play with it at home to see if I can make it since I have so much cilantro. (Is that wrong?) Then I went through the prepared food and got some pineapple curry rice and portabello mushroom "pizzas" that did not have cheese. Good lunch ideas but I'm not sure I loved either one.
When I got home, I was so exhausted from working late and driving home, but I had to make the shrimp since they couldn't be refrozen. I cleaned them and made a recipe from my Paleo gluten-free cookbook. Mick had something else but I gave him a little and he thought it was okay. I thought it would be really good with (rice) pasta. Of course, parmesan cheese would make it awesometastic, but that's not for me. It was a lot of work so I'm not sure if I'll do it again, or maybe I'll cheat and use frozen deveined (those are always cooked, right?) shrimp and try it again.