4. Veggie dinner TBD based on the garden and produce stand
5. Grilled snapper/caulimash or real mashed potatoes, green beans, tossed salad
6. Chicken fajita salad
7. Takeout or eat out
This is what did happen:
Monday: There are days we decide we just want something relatively light for dinner. Monday was one of those days.
Chicken fajita salad
Tuesday: I had planned on pulling a meatloaf I had made a few weeks ago from the freezer. However, Monday I found ground pork at The Pig for 99 cents a pound (clearance). I bought it, brought it home, stuck it in the fridge and forgot about it. Oops, I had to do something with it as soon as I remembered it Tuesday. I browned it to freeze, but left enough out for our dinner.
Cajun seasoned ground pork medley with squash, zucchini, onions and tomatoes, coleslaw, toast
Wednesday: I messed around doing other things and did not even think about what I was going to make for dinner. I needed something really fast, fortunately I had been to the grocery store and had bought some chicken thighs. I love dinners that are ready start to finish in about 20 minutes!
Greek skillet chicken dish, green beans
Thursday: TheHub called and asked what we were having for dinner. My reply was "Whatever you want to buy"
Captain D's grilled whitefish, coleslaw, green beans or the 3 piece fish dinner
Friday: I was just not feeling it and decided I did not want to cook, but we had done takeout Thursday so I felt morally obligated to make something for dinner. Fortunately I keep my freezer overstocked with things we had smoked earlier in the year.
Saturday: Every year there are a few food festivals that we have always enjoyed supporting except for the hellish 2020 when life was cancelled. This year one of our local churches, St Elias Maronite Church, tweaked theirs to accommodate those like us, who look forward to it every year. They had a limited menu and it was takeout only, but the food was still delicious.
Lebanese chicken, green beans, spinach pies (TheHub) rice (or not)
Sunday: TheHub goes out for lunch every work day. Yes, every single day he gets to eat whatever sounds good to him without regard to whatever is leftover in the refrigerator. But I digress.
Occasionally he goes to a couple of restaurants where more than ample portions are served, and he brings the doggie bags home. So Sunday night was a gathering of the fragments type of night.
Odd assortment of leftovers
What might possibly happen this week:
1. Stuffed zucchini, tomato slices, green beans, rice or none