A weekly roundup: eats, workouts, watches, and reads. Boy Scout Pancake Edition
Omelet with mushrooms, green peppers, onions, and cheese
Cereal bar with fruit and string cheese
Scout Pancake Breakfast (with whipped cream and sprinkles, naturally)
Homemade Egg McMuffin
M &W: Veggie Burritos
T&F: Sweet Potato Enchiladas
W: Baked ziti
S: not hungry from massive Scout pancakes
Su: Chrissy Teigen's Drunken Noodles
M&T (family meals): leftover lasagna from last Sunday.
W (date night): Chipotle and margaritas at home
H (fend for yourself night): snacks at work late afternoon
F (date night): out on the town! Steak for him, crab stuffed portabella for me.
S: family birthday party. Pizza, cake, and wine.
Su (family meal): Hamburgers on the grill.
This is a good one. I loved the gimme some oven stir fry with glass noodles that I made a few weeks ago, but I didn't want to go to the store. I went looking for something that I could make with the ingredients I already had at home and happily ended up with Chrissy Teigen's drunken noodles. I had a small portion for lunch today and bundled up the rest for the week.
Workouts: I had to make up the lost hour of sleep from the time change last weekend and make room for a doc appointment, so weight workouts got the shaft. Usual running. Ready to hit the normal routine with a vengeance next week (and oh yes, should probably get back on that diet thing).
Watching (from the treadmill): A Place to Call Home
Watching (from the couch): not much TV time this week. I grabbed an episode of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries on my own. On date night #1, we watched a view things on youtube and somehow this gem came up: Sir Mix-A-Lot with the Seattle Symphony. Folks, your call on whether it went up hill or down hill from there. That took us to a bunch of one hit wonders of the 90's round ups. Date night #2 was The Adventures of Baron Munchausen.
Reading: started The Good House. Early indication is that it's a good one.
- What are you cooking this week?
- What are you watching and reading?
- Fav stir fries? Link me up!