It’s that time of year again, when my quick-list of favorite meals shifts into fall gear. I made my first pot of soup a few days ago, and reveled in being able to simmer something for hours without sweltering in my kitchen! It was another lentil-soup variation, which I’ll share later this week :). In the spirit of quick answers and honesty : what is/was tonight’s dinner? Mine will hopefully be a pasta/artichoke/chicken bake that most of us love (son #1 hates pasta), but in order for that to happen I have to run out for a box of pasta and some cream of chicken soup. Here’s hoping that happens before everyone’s blood sugar drops below zero!
I’ve once again planned too many things for the day, including canning, and managed to spill pickle juice/spices all over my counter, down the front of the cabinets, into the silverware drawer via the crack in the counter that’s due to be fixed tomorrow. Homeschooling is running behind thanks to a late start, and I’m having trouble letting go of the things that I should just put off till tomorrow, but want the boys to get done today.
I’m off to read some of Don’t Bump the Glump! to Fynn, a recently-discovered (by us) collection of Shel Silverstein poems, so will leave you with the simple question …
> What’s for dinner?!
TO ENTER: Answer the question by commenting below, before midnight EST on this Friday the 17th. Winner will be randomly chosen from all commenters, please make sure to include your email address so you can be contacted.
THE PRIZE: A copy of a yummy quick read called The School of Essential Ingredients by Erica Bauermeister, which I just read and loved … good food, reflective, warm, and just plain enjoyable. I’ll ship it out to the winner next week!
Good luck, and looking forward to your answers :).