This Week’s Menu, February 25, 2018

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Menu for the week of February 25, 2018

Breakfast: Waffles
Early Dinner: Baked fish with stuffing

Breakfast: Bagels with a schmear
Early Dinner: Taco night

Breakfast: Leftover waffles
Early Dinner: Shrimp stir fry

Breakfast: Cheesy eggs and hash browns
Early Dinner: Steak with asparagus

Breakfast: Leftover steak with eggs
Early Dinner: Spaghetti

Breakfast: Cheese quesadillas
Early Dinner: Pork chops

Breakfast: Breakfast burrito
Early Dinner: Sausage and peppers

I’m back! Still coughing, but the worst is over. My only regret was that my brother and his kids arrived just about the time we started to feel sick. We managed to take them out to dinner the first night but after that we declined rapidly.

The next day I told my brother that whatever was in the pantry or freezer was his for the making. Unfortunately, his culinary expertise lends itself more to prepackaged foods of which I had one measly frozen pizza we keep for emergencies.

The next morning, feeling bad that all they’d eaten was a blackened pizza, I forced myself to get up and fix them breakfast.

I had such great plans for when they were here, all shot within hours.

We lost a whole week, which I wish we could’ve used for gardening, but it’s rained buckets nearly everyday. We’ve had so much water two of our main roads for getting out are flooded. There’s only one way left. Short of zombies, we’re staying put.

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  1. Angela Brown

    It has been gray skies, gray skies, and more gray skies with a daily chance of rain for the entire week. When it wasn’t raining, it was doing this sort of drizzle thing that made you think the skies wanted to rain but they weren’t quite sure.

    Sorry things didn’t work out quite as well as you’d liked for your family’s visit. I am glad you are doing better.

    • Angela: We’re supposed to dry out for a couple of days before it starts raining again. It’s been a mess. The good news is that everything smells clean.

      My brother likes Texas so I’m sure we’ll see him again. Better luck next time.

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