Dear Peanut Noodles,
I did not even know that I was craving you until I saw this recipe at 101 cookbooks. Ever since Sunday, I knew that I needed to make you. Even though I needed to finish a paper, I could not stop wanting home cooked food. With deadlines coming at me one after the other this week, I thought that the craving would disappear. I lost myself in the depths of legal writing and research. On a side note, I think that there is a special level of hell that is filled with looming deadlines on projects that cover topics with which the writers have limited familiarity.
You were still with me; I sent an e-mail out to Mr. Sublet and Riddhi to see if they would share you with me. I took the plunge and went grocery shopping for the only two ingredients I needed on Tuesday night. On Wednesday night, I finally had the chance to make you. First, I was very impressed that you did not take very long to make at all. Second, I was also impressed that you were pretty tasty. You also managed to help me utilize the bunch of asparagus I had purchased as a result of reading a book. I think that next time I would add more spice. Riddhi and Mr. Sublet both enjoyed you too.
Even though I ate you for two days in a row, I am already looking forward to the next time we meet. Although, I might try some variations (without tofu, adding other vegetables, etc.)