This was a bit too easy.
What to do with leftover pasta... First, who has leftover pasta? Somehow I did... so I made a quick pasta salad of sorts. And boy was it good. I won't delay you any further with my musings... The secret? Dried dill. Oh my... dill, you are my second favorite herb after thyme. You can never have enough thyme. Heh.
COLORFUL PASTA SALAD
3/4 cup cold cooked pasta
2 cups broccoli and carrots
2 TBS "mayo"
1 tsp dried dill
2 tsp dried parsley
1 TBS onion flakes
1. Steam the carrots and broccoli together in a small pot til they look bright but not soggy. Add the pasta to heat it through.
2. Dish into bowls and divide the rest of the ingredients in two. Mix and enjoy!
Simple enough, eh? Not bad, if I do say so myself.
So, since this is such a short post, I'll amuse you with a list of celebrities who are scientologists. You thought I was going to say vegan, didn't you? Ha! This is far more amusing.
|Anne Archer||1947–||Actress (mother of Scientology spokesperson Tommy Davis).|
|Grant Cardone||1958–||Salesman, author, motivational speaker, media personality|
|Nancy Cartwright||1957–||Voice-over actress.|
|Kate Ceberano||1966–||Actress and musician. Ceberano is a third-generation-Scientologist; her grandmother worked as a governess for the children of Scientology founder L. Ron Hubbard.|
|Erika Christensen||1982–||Actress, raised Scientologist.|
|Tom Constanten||1944–||Former keyboardist for the Grateful Dead.|
|Sky Dayton||1971–||Founder of EarthLink.|
|Doug Dohring||Ex-owner of Neopets.|
|Richard Elfman||Writer and director.|
|Doug E. Fresh||1966–||Musician and actor.|
|Isaac Hayes||1942–2008||Musician and actor.|
|Katie Holmes||1978–||Actress (raised Catholic), introduced to Scientology by Tom Cruise while they were dating.|
|Mark Isham||1951–||Musician and film music composer.|
|Milton Katselas||1933–2008||Acting teacher.|
|Noah Lottick||1966–1990||Scientologist whose suicide was the focus of the Time magazine article "The Thriving Cult of Greed and Power".|
|Lisa McPherson||1959–1995||American woman whose death has been a source of controversy for Scientology.|
|Jim Meskimen||1959–||Actor and improviser.|
|Julia Migenes||1949–||Opera singer.|
|Elisabeth Moss||1982–||Actress. Placed among "famous Scientologists" in a 2009 article in the St. Petersburg Times.|
|Judy Norton Taylor||1958–||Actress.|
|Elli Perkins||1949–2003||Scientologist businesswoman who was murdered by her son who suffered from mental illness.|
|Bijou Phillips||1980–||Actress and model.|
|Lisa Marie Presley||1968–||Singer.|
|Kelly Preston||1962–||Actress and wife of John Travolta.|
|Giovanni Ribisi||1974–||Actor raised Scientologist.|
|Marissa Ribisi||1974–||Actress raised Scientologist.|
|Michael D. Roberts||1947–||Actor.|
|Billy Sheehan||1953–||Rock bassist.|
|David Singer||Chiropractor, Management by Statistics consultant.|
|Reed Slatkin||1949–||Criminal Ponzi scheme perpetrator.|
|Greta Van Susteren||1954–||Television show host. Listed among "A list" members of Scientology in a 2006 article in The Boston Globe. Identified among "notable Scientologists" in the 2007 edition of the book Extraordinary Groups: An Examination of Unconventional Lifestyles by authors William W. Zellner and Richard T. Schaefer.Placed among "famous Scientologists" in a 2009 article in the St. Petersburg Times. Her husband, a lawyer, is a fellow practitioner of Scientology. She told People magazine, "I am a strong advocate of their ethics."|
|Michael, Kathryn, and Sue Walicki||2007–||Scientology family who was attacked by their mentally ill daughter/sister after a lapse in medication.|
Why am I not surprised that a criminal Ponzi Scheme perpetrator is a scientologist?