Monday and Friday: avocado toast
Tuesday and Thursday: breakfast burritos
Wednesday: Clif bar, string cheese, and fruit
Saturday: homemade Egg McMuffin with bacon
Sunday: eggs, cheese, and salsa in a tortilla
Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: lunches from work catering, nothing special.
Tuesday: salmon bowl (air fried salmon briefly reheated), rice, avocado, sushi ginger, Costco stir fry veggies and Skinny Taste dressing.
Thursday: Although I'd actually prepared two salmon fillets last weekend, it occurred to me that 5 days is probably too long for cooked fish to be kept in the fridge, so I sadly let it go. My consolation was that against all odds I still had one last portion of sweet potato enchiladas in the freezer.
Saturday: speaking of against all odds freezer finds, I still have a few veggie burritos tucked away. I had half an avocado on hand to make quick guac on the side.
Sunday: late breakfast/early dinner + snacks
Monday (family meal): the picture does not deceive, that's a tiny portion of roast beef and roasted potatoes leftover from Sunday. That's the price of being the last one home but I'm very happy that it's a meal that everyone will eat.
Tuesday (the family meal that wasn't): late night, snacks at work
Wednesday and Thursday (date nights): I'd thought about making steak, but it was a chilly rainy day and the thought of going outside to grill wasn't appealing. A big batch of chili mac, now that was appealing and weather appropriate.
Friday (single girl night): the men in my life went to boy scout camp and I wanted something easy and found it in I am a Food Blog Two Ingredient Herby Garlicy Pasta. The two ingredients are penne + boursin cheese. It's good and easier than easy, but it's kind of begging not to be a two ingredient meal...I can see artichokes and spinach and all kinds of goodies working there way in there.
Saturday (single girl night): a quickie kinda pizza like deal...flatout wrap with pesto and cheese
Sunday (family meal): taco night! Our standard "yay everyone survived boy scout camp" meal
From the treadmill: loving season 3 of Glitch
From the couch: I wanted more Hitchcock and got it with Psycho. I think it's been "long enough" since I've seen all of these movies to justify a rewatch all around.
Kinda in a dry spell. I finished the book I'd been working on for a few weeks, it started good but I just didn't get into the characters so it ended up as a "meh" for me. ISO the next read.
Audio book wise, I finally heard Deena Kastor's Let Your Mind Run and now I'm listening to 26 Marathons...good stuff there.