Crossing fingers that my calendar stays as quiet as it stands this Monday morning, because some time in the kitchen is just what my mind and body are craving. I am ready for meditative prep times, slow simmering meals and calming thoughts.
Breakfast – Multi-Grain Toaster Waffles with Pear Butter | Smoothies
Dinner – Winter Greens Soup* | Roasted Veggies
Girls breakfast out at 24 Diner
Dinner – Mac and Cheese & Brussel Sprouts
Breakfast – Tacos
Dinner – Green Lentils & Spinach with Hard Cooked Eggs & Toast*
Breakfast – Overnight Oatmeal
Dinner – Empanadas with Greens and Olives* | Black Beans
Friday (Valentine’s Day)
Family Breakfast Out
Dinner – Tlacoyas with Refried Black Beans & Red Cabbage Slaw
Dinner – Pizza Night
Snacks, Beverages and Other Things
Do Chua (Vietnamese Carrot and Daikon)***
What are you cooking up this week?
* Field of Greens by Annie Somerville
** Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison
*** Canning for a New Generation by Lianna Krissoff
^ Super Natural Every Day by Heidi Swanson
I wish you would just come to my house and cook for me all the time 🙂
sometimes, i wish my house worked more like my aunt’s on the weekends. she makes a big pot of food saturday morning and everyone trickles in over the course of the day to eat and linger and visit. it’s this wonderful flood of folks all day. someday i’ll be like her…
I want to be like YOU! How do you have the energy to cook all those amazing meals from scratch after working all day? Living alone doesn’t help…
you’re really sweet. thank you. working from home a few days a week def works in my favor and yes… cooking for one makes it exponentially harder to motivate. simple things that can be dressed in different ways and/or frozen for later can be lifesavers.