Lovin’ My Crack Wrap

July 31st, 2011 | Posted by Alison Spath in Lunch

As a family of four living on one income, part of my role as our Domestic Engineer is to be frugal and cut corners whenever I can.

Given that we love to read, I get the majority of the books we devour from the library. It saves us money, clutter – and saves me time too. One less book on the shelf is one less thing I have to dust.

Who am I kidding.  I never dust.  And I pay enough late fees to the library they could open a new branch in my name.

There is one new book that came out earlier this week though – one that couldn’t wait on my local library getting their act together and putting in their new book order.

Peas and Thank You on my desk

A book that I am honored to now have in my own personal library.

Peas and Thank You

There’s no due date on this one, baby.

Besides. I like to surround myself with people who inspire me. And since the Peas live on the other side of the country, this is as close to Mama Pea as I’m gonna get for now.

I’ve left more than one comment on Peas and Thank You in recent weeks about Mama Pea’s infamous crack wrap.

After all the commenting and subsequent drooling over the pictures during my first pass through her book – I couldn’t wait to bring the crack wrap back. It’s been a long time.

I love me a crack wrap, except I make the non-vegan version over here.

Crack Wrap Made with Sabra, Spinach and Cheese

A whole wheat tortilla filled with Sabra hummus, shredded pepper jack cheese and a couple handfuls of spinach.

Grilled in real butter. (Vegans look away!)

Grilled Crack Wrap

Holy crack.

Holy Crack Wrap

OK, MP. Aside from the dairy – what do you think?

Peas and Thank You Looks Good

Hey, that’s exactly what Brendan said. (TWBS?)

Thank you Sarah for showing us how easy it is to make awesome, easy, healthy, meatless meals. You rock my world.

OK kids, that’s a (crack) wrap! You go make a hummus filled quesadilla while I devour my latest book. We can save the dusting for later.

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