Were actually pretty varied this week: avocado toast, homemade egg McMuffins, and an omelette and hash browns before long run day.
I adored the thai curry soup that I made last week. although it was too light on its own so I had a bagel on the side.
Monday: we finished the tortellini soup and I'm so pleased that we got two fulls meals out of it. That's getting rarer and rarer these days. I did have to stop by the store to get more bread to have as a side.
Tuesday: a busy day at work so I "phoned a friend" a.k.a asked the hubs to take over dinner duties.
Wednesday: a busy day at work for both of us so I "phoned a friend" a.k.a made the time to go out and pick up Chipotle.
Thursday: whew! I had enough breathing space and inspiration to crank out a semi homemade meal...chicken parm via Costco panko chicken in the air fryer.
Friday: you know that our pandemic shtick is takeout on Fridays and burgers on Saturdays. but because of a certain someone's birthday we did a switcheroo and had burgers on Friday.
Saturday: Happy Birthday to a certain stepson! We had pizza by special request and of course our standard birthday cake...official recipe here and a look at how I make it here. I debated whether to make the full recipe since it's huge but I needn't have worried because it's going fast.
Sunday: hubs mentioned that he was craving meatloaf, and wouldn't you know I had everything we needed to make it in the house so it was easy to make it a reality.
You can tell we're back at work from the lack of TV that was watched in this house this week. But hubs found a show on HBO called His Dark Materials. He thought it would be a good family show but the boys passed on it so it's now a couples show. It took me just a little bit to get into it, but I'd say by halfway through the first episode I was all in.
Still not feeling the books, and hey, I'm not in school anymore so I don't "have" to read if I don't want to! Life is good.