Herself: I’m a far less dedicated person. Coffee and paper in bed, blog, then gym at 0715. Today I need to finish a sonnet and start a new one after talking with Bee at nine.
WW foods for the day: Breakfast: Yogurt and a banana. Lunch: Half sandwich and olives. Dinner: Six inch subway sandwich and a cookie at Subway. I discovered that they have fat free dressing to put on their sandwiches….and it works.
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I had an actual list of those things we’d run out of. When the chili powder comes up empty, or the salt, we put the empty container at the end of the counter. There should be a pad and pen in the kitchen, but it’s feet away in the living room. So we had the list, and we had G’s desire for simple food.
I punted. I took the pad, and as we went along I jotted menus down for the foods we were buying. Meat loaf again, same recipe….he likes it, and this time it will be turkey. Meat loaf, roasted green beans and a veggie salad comprises one dinner. Open faced meat loaf sandwich with a potato salad a second meal. Imagine too, enough nice thick, Greek yogurt for a whole week. No running out of that on a Sunday morning.
Of such small things as company at the grocery store is triumph made.
Zero Fat Potato Salad a la Vons: serves 2
3 small red potatoes
2 stalks celery
1 ring of red onion
Honey Mustard Dressing
Cook the potatoes and cut in bite sized pieces. While the potatoes are cooking, wash, string, and cut celery at a sharp angle. Slice a thick center slice of the red onion, and cut that in half to make half rings. Put everything in a bowl and toss with just enough dressing to coat.