e just got back from almost two weeks abroad. We went to northern Italy and ended in Paris. Out of the entire trip there were two meals, TWO, that were just “ok”. Both countries LOVE their carbs. Breakfasts there aren’t like here so getting smoothies or eggs isn’t the norm. But croissants are! Then
pril showers brings May flowers colds. Ughh! I have been hit with the change of season bug. And let me tell you it is not fun. The only thing that has sounded good the past week has been a really brothy soup. But I guess the April showers also bring ramps. Ramps (otherwise known
uring the week I like to make quick meals. We also don’t eat a ton of pasta during the week. But this past week was an exception. I had made pesto on the weekend that I wanted to use up. Since my husband is on a new routine we have been measuring everything out.
azy Saturdays at home are my favorite. Often times our weekends are full and we don’t have time to just relax. When we are out running errands we usually grab brunch somewhere. So it’s a treat if we actually get to brunch at home. However, we are slow in the kitchen so brunch turns
uring the week our meals are for the most part healthy. We have a good rotation of meatless meals, healthy salads with homemade dressings and some carb-free menu items. As you can tell by reading ANY post of mine, there is usually always an abundance of vegetables in our dishes. We both love Chipolte. It
hen my husband goes out of town for work my desire to cook myself dinner becomes essentially non-exisistent. I lose all my domestic skills instantaneously. It’s ironic that even though I was single for years and cooked myself dinner all the time, but once he leaves and it’s almost like I’m helpless. One of the last times
hen I was single living alone I cooked for myself all the time. I often made most of my meals on the grill because it was easy to whip up food for one. Most of the time I probably made dinner 4-5 nights a week and the other nights I would be out with friends