I’m slightly concerned my husband is beginning to develop trust issues. When we moved to Indianapolis, he asked about severe weather. I told him it wouldn’t be anywhere near as bad as it was in Joplin. So naturally we had a tornado outbreak in November with one touching down 11 miles away.

He also asked how bad the winters were (remember – he’s born and raised South Carolina). I told him it would be worse than what we had in Joplin but not as bad as what my parents have in Chicagoland. So naturally it’s snowed 4 of the last 6 days and been unseasonably cold for weeks. Like a low of 1 tonight. ONE. With more snow in the forecast for tonight and Saturday.

So it only made sense that when he asked me what was for dinner and I told him Baked Felafel Parmesan followed by, “You’ll like it,” I was on the receiving end of skeptical face.

Nailed It/Failed It: Baked Felafel Parmesan


Nailed it. He may have made me take a bite first, but the husband was a fan. Proving that maybe I’m not such a lying liar after all. At least not on purpose.


I used my sister’s felafel recipe which is exactly the same except there’s no chili powder. I also skipped the coriander because all I had was the little balls, and I couldn’t figure out a way to pulverize them (I’m open to suggestions).




Original recipe from Sarcastic Cooking.



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