- I love to cook, but my husband doesn't eat a lot of meat, (and I don't eat ANY) so I always have left-over meat. Our 7 yr. old is a "taster." There isn't a problem with leftovers, specifically, but I need to be more diligent about using them. Reincarnating them would be optimal.
- The afore-mentioned husband is starting a new courier job today, which means that he will not be home for dinner. This leaves me and the kid, aka the vegetarian and the taster. I don't think I'm creative enough for this particular challenge. I see a salad, veggie burgers and chicken tenders in our future. Did I mention that my son is very, very picky?
- Last week's menu plan got side-tracked on day 4. I don't remember exactly why, but I couldn't get it back on track. I think my husband eventually ate the leftover ribs for lunch. I used the remaining cole slaw mix to make more cole slaw for yesterday's barbecue, so we never did have fried cabbage. On Saturday I had a migraine and slept most of the afternoon away, and husband went out and purchased a cheese hoagie, which he saved half of for me for when I woke up. That was about 3:30, so it became too late to eat anything for dinner after that, and my son was at Grandma's, so we basically skipped dinner. On Sunday, the kid went swimming with a friend after church, so my husband and I went to buy some new sneakers and grabbed a quick bite at Pizza Hut Bistro.
In other news, if I can talk the husband into it, we are getting a d-o-g! I may have to be a very, very, good wife for this one!