Last night's dinner was pizza with gluten-free crust from a local pizza shop. I was very tired yesterday and didn't feel like cooking but didn't feel like eating leftovers again either, since I'd had them for lunch.
Working out teaches me about challenging, yet being patient with myself.
"The only way you can hurt the body is not use it. Inactivity is the killer and, remember, it's never too late." ~ Jack Lalanne
There are 1440 minutes in a day, set aside 30 for exercise.
Saturday night supper is generally sandwiches and soup if it is chilly. I had some left over sweet potato and apple soup and made grilled ham and cheese sandwiches. DH will eat sandwiches any time.
Nana, when I saw you mention the White Mountains, my first thought was New Hampshire but I see I was wrong.
I baked two apples tonight. A first for me. They are cooling. My DIL had baked some Rome apples when we last visited and they were so good. Our produce store had Rome apples this week and I had never seen them here in S. Cal. before. I didn't do any thing fancy with them. Just some brown Splenda, a little butter and cinnamon.
Honey bought a roast yesterday. I call him the soda guy, as he stocks shelves with RC, Root Beer, Etc. He is always hearing of deals in the grocery stores. Got it for 1.98lb-had been $4lb.up here in the White Mountains. Suppose to snow or rain tomorrow. So we are having. Roast Baked Potato Green Beans with dry onions and bacon bits Corn Left over Apple cobbler
I made veggie soup. I had some frozen mixed veggies. I cleaned out the fridge and added: a bit of cooked beef and broth, a bit of 15 bean soup, and a bit of cooked cabbage. Then I added a potato and some pasta and a jar of tomato sauce. And some hot pepper. Then I used the last of the burger to make the cheeseburgers that was on Joanna's recipes. They are sooo wonderful. I had some leftover cornbread in my soup. Hubby had biscuits. I am the cornbread eater in the family. I enjoyed supper anyway. And yours sounds very good.
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