Ahem…so far, I’ve thrown away 1 opened bag of roasted peanuts that expired in January of 2011, found a can of…something (I don’t know because the wrapper’s been peeled off), and used most of a 6 lb can of whole, peeled tomatoes. I’ve found anchovy paste, condensed two opened canisters of coca powder down into one, and – this is important – I’ve used our menu chalkboard consistently throughout the challenge.
Oh yeah. I have a menu chalkboard. Don’t hate.
It’s actually a bit of a sanity saver. My oldest has been reading for awhile now. She can look at the board and see what we’re having, as opposed to asking me over and over and over and over…well, you get the idea. 🙂
Sunday, January 6
Breakfast: Homemade bacon, egg, and cheese biscuits
Lunch: Leftovers (for easy meals after we get home from church)
Dinner: Everyday Yellow Dal, Thalipeeth, and Okra Raita
Monday, January 7
Oatmeal with butter, honey, and milk Uh…yeah, this didn’t happen. My son was up and down throughout the night and then, when I had finally gotten him settled back in his bed, I tripped on a jingle bell toy and woke up the baby. Mama said there’d be days like this. My awesome husband made pancakes and let me sleep in.
Dinner: Yellow Squash Casserole with Rice and Chicken
Tasks for the day: Make crockpot yogurt, Boil eggs, Make coconut flour muffins and grapefruit clafouti
Tuesday, January 8
Breakfast: Frozen banana smoothie, Citrus fruit topped with yogurt, toast
Lunch: Tuna salad sandwiches
Dinner: Crockpot Baked Potato Bar
Task for the day: Make hamburger buns in the bread machine, pull meat for tomorrow’s meatloaf out of the deep freezer.
Wednesday, January 9
Breakfast: Oatmeal with butter, milk, and honey
Lunch: Deli sandwiches
Dinner: Meatloaf, leftover baked potatoes, and salad
Task for the day: Soak oatmeal for tomorrow’s breakfast.
Thursday, January 10
Breakfast: Baked Oatmeal
Friday, January 11
Saturday, January 12
Breakfast: Pancakes or waffles, chef’s choice
Lunch: leftovers or sandwiches
Dinner: Homemade pizza and butternut squash fries