The guitarist in my band doesn't like vegetables. He reminds me of Me's husband, who will only eat starchy vegetables like potatoes, corn and peas.
We've been recording a lot lately, which means I feel obliged to try to fix veggie-optional meals during our breaks.
At first, I grilled stuff. That seemed like the easiest way to go. I'd make hamburgers or hot dogs on the propane grill, steam some sweet corn, and perhaps pick up a bag of chips and some mustard potato salad to go with it.
After a while, we all got tired of that, so I tried to think of other options that didn't involve lots of pre-packaged ingredients. I failed. Since the weekend, we've had sloppy joes, spaghetti made from Ragu sauce (it's the organic kind, but still...) and tacos.
Of those meals, the tacos were probably the least evil. There's a large Hispanic population in my area and our local grocery store makes awesome tortillas from scratch every day. The only pre-packaged parts of the meal were some corn taco shells, Newman's Own salsa, and pre-mixed taco spice from a jar. I used my last tomato from the farmer's market to great effect as a garnish, along with lettuce, sharp cheddar and sour cream.
At this point, I'm running out of ideas again. I guess there's always tuna casserole, or maybe pizza from scratch.
Anybody have any suggestions?