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    Friday, February 15, 2008


    The weekend is always our greatest challenge when trying not to eat out. I should get my kitchen cleaned up, get some snacky stuff, and some good (healthy) comfort food made, lest we give in and blow O:NBMSKFRTBJBPMJPHAW right out of the water.

    I think we may need a trip to the store to lend success to my mission. I'm tired thinking about hauling both kids there by myself (I know, two kids is "nothing" for those who haul many more around, but I can't hang with you girls and have admitted that fully), so maybe I'll just make supper and we'll go tonight when Greg is home, as usual. I have NO idea what will happen if I ever have to go on a regular basis on my own. Can you say LAZY?

    Any suggestions for your favorite make-at-home foods would be welcomed...but you'd have to leave a comment to do, uh, go ahead and do that!


    Nicole said...

    Two recipes that I love...cuz I barely have to think to make them.

    1. (no use of brain for this one) 3 chicken breasts. 1 can Cream of mushroom soup. 1 cup of rice, 1 cup of water. 1 can of green beans. Mix, bake at 350 for 45 minutes.

    2 (slight use of brain) 3 chicken breast, 3/4 jar of salsa, 1 cup of rice, 1 cup of water. Mix, bake at 350 for 45 min. Serve with Sour Cream, Shredded Cheeze.

    Nicole (piratemommy)

    Deb said...




    The $10 fee you'll pay will be more than covered by the impulse purchases you won't buy.

    McBung said...

    This is perfect if you are craving fast food...

    Cheeseburger casserole:
    Brown a pound of ground beef and mix it in a casserole dish with one can of cheddar cheese soup and add in a cup of frozen corn (or green beans or whatever veggie you like...but I think corn tastes the best.) then cover the top of it with Tater Tots and bake in the oven at whatever temp your tater tot package says until the tater tots are golden brown.