Ann, Glad you are still negotiating on the house sale. I hope it all works out for you.
Patty, Sounds like you have a nice day and a nice meal in mind.
Jan, I need to copy you and do lots of cleaning and organizing.
We finished digging potatoes today. Now to stash them in the cellar. We load them into the back of the truck and let them dry out a bit before putting in the cellar. I am glad that job is finished. Dh worked the ground down some and will plant winter rye as a cover crop.
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Hurray Ann! Your mom's house is still in process of negotiations. The meatloaf recipe I use calls for 2# extra lean ground beef or ground turkey, 1 egg, 1 cup water, 1 pkg. onion soup mix, box of stuffing. It makes 12 meatloaf muffins. So pretty close to what you did. I love how these freeze so well and reheat well.
I am so glad the Diabetes Ed dietician called to confirm the classes for Thursdays this month. I really need this refresher.
It's a lazy, rainy day at home. I've been continuing to work on the computer room and slowly but surely it is getting there. Lots of shredding.
Jan, the meat loaf came out pretty good. I used almost 1 1/2 lbs of 93% gr. beef. I used the whole box of stuffing that I soaked in 1/2 cup of water and 1/4 cup of egg beaters. Then I added a wee bit more water. I used a hand mixer to grind up the chunks once it had soaked a bit. This was what some WW member said they did. I mixed it with the meat but decided to add a little tomato soup. About 1/2 cup. Then poured the rest of the soup over the top of the meat loaf. I baked it free form about an hour. DH said it was a little dry but it did stick together. If I used stuffing mix again I would probably use 1 cup as another WW member said they used for 1 lb. of gr beef. Today I'll have to cut it up and put most of it in the freezer. When I reheat it for a meal, I'll probably use some of my tomato herb sauce on it. That will cut the dryness.
This morning I got a counter offer to my counter. Not bad. At least the buyer is still interested. I'll get stuck with some costs plus sewer inspection and fixing the plumbing that the copper pipes were riped off. I expected that. I'll just be glad to have this sold and not a worry any more paying the taxes and insurance. It will be good to have it done before winter sets in.
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