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Moving is horrible

Posted by Jeanne on March 3, 2013

We are moving.  In just over two weeks.  We are at the packing stage where I think we should just throw everything away and start over.  We are not, of course.  We will continue to pack up all our crap and nice gentlemen from Two Men and  a Truck will come and carry it over to the new house.  Blergh.

In preparation, we are also trying to cook down the fridge and freezer contents.  It’s getting a little funky.  Next week we will be within spitting distance of All Takeout All The Time but for now, we are still cooking.

Breakfast:  breakfast cookies, pumpkin quinoa steel-cut oatmeal

Sunday:  apple cider vinegar chicken stew with onions and kale + Israeli couscous

Monday:  breakfast for dinner!  Scrambled eggs, breakfast sausage, blueberry pancakes

Tuesday:  chicken Thai curry + rice

Wednesday:  pasta with sausage and red sauce

Thursday:  freezer dinner (cassoulet I made a couple weeks ago for this moving time)

Friday:  homemade pizza.

The breakfast cookie thing is from Pinterest.  I am less enamored with Pinterest lately, to be honest.  I think I have seen too many pins of “recipes” that include things like powdered ranch dressing mix.  Or there is this pin floating around that calls for boneless chicken breasts, green beans, and potatoes all cooked together in butter and salad dressing mix (Italian, not ranch).  For an hour.  THOSE POOR GREEN BEANS!  Ugh.  But this recipe is a real recipe, does not include powdered salad dressing at all, and is very tasty to boot!

Have a good week, everyone!


3 Responses to “Moving is horrible”

  1. Yes – moving sucks. And I hear you on the pinterest recipe thing. Monday’s dinner sounds very nice, can you share the recipe ?

  2. Jeanne said

    The pancakes are protein pancakes – 1 C each of plain yogurt, cottage cheese, and milk. 1.25 C whole wheat flour. 1 egg. Some vanilla. A pinch each of salt & cinnamon. Blenderize and cook in a non-stick skillet. Add frozen blueberries at will. 🙂

  3. Glad to hear that you liked my breakfast cookies! I am in the process of getting new flooring, so our home is about as torn apart as you can get. Except all our stuff is in big piles, instead of moving boxes. I feel your pain. 🙂
    Vicki E

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