Breakfast: Granola and yogurt. Easter candy. Kinder Joy eggs are really sketchy Lunch: Leftover lasagne Afternoon snack: Easter candy. Also chocolate cookies Dinner: Ham, scalloped potatoes, broccoli, garlic bread Dessert: Easter egg jam hand pies
Breakfast: Toast with jam Lunch: Roast beef sandwich. Buffalo Bleu chips Afternoon snack: Diet coke. Some easter candy Dinner: Zacchary’s pizza. Green salad. Amazing how good the BBQ chicken pizza is, even though we rarely get it (since the spinach and mushroom is even better) Dessert: A s’more at friends’ backyard campfire
Breakfast: Oatmeal with nibs and blueberries Morning Snack: a mozarella ball Lunch: Leftover meatloaf cake Afternoon snack: Coke zero. A couple of pieces of easter candy Dinner: Went to the new Mexican restaurant on Solano at San Pablo. So new that it doesn’t seem to have a name yet. Good burrito though. Dessert: Frozen yogurt on the way home from Eliza’s play
Breakfast: Oatmeal with nibs and fresh strawberries Lunch: Leftover Zacchary’s pizza Afternoon snack: Diet coke, leftover halloween candy Dinner: Holy April Fool’s meatloaf cake! Suzanne made the most amazing dinner, and I was totally fooled, even after she cut it. Also asparagus and green salad.
Dessert: Ice cream and fudge and some Easter candy
Breakfast: Hot tea. Oatmeal with nibs and blueberries. Also some Easter candy Morning Snack: Iced tea. More easter candy Lunch: Ham, asparagus, scalloped potatoes, rolls. Orange cupcakes (flourarrangements experiment). Afternoon snack: Lots of easter candy (sour jelly beans, especially). Diet coke Dinner: Rice, beans, and frozen taquitos. Green salad
Breakfast: Oatmeal with nibs and blueberries Morning Snack: Chocolate covered almonds Lunch: Leftover polenta stuff Afternoon snack: Coke zero, more almonds, some leftover candy Dinner: Pizza (it is Pi Day, after all)… made a sauce in the pressure cooker that was really good. Also saute’d some onions, along with red peppers, frozen corn, and prosciutto made for a good pie. Dessert: Mini grasshopper pie
Here’s the sauce recipe:
Pressure Cooker Pizza Sauce
Heat olive oil until very hot in pressure cooker, then add onion, basic, oregano, and pepper flakes. Saute 5 minutes then add the garlic for another minute.
Add one can of tomatoes, then drain some juice out of the other can before adding. Toss in the salt and sugar, drop the lid on the pressure cooker, bring it up to pressure and cook for 15 minutes. Depressurize however you like, open lid and hit the stuff with a stick blender. If it’s watery, you could let it simmer some more.
This makes enough for 2 pizzas.
Breakfast: Oatmeal with nibs and raspberries Lunch: Cheeseburger and fries at the Berkeley Freehouse. Also a couple of wings. Diet coke Afternoon snack: Coke zero. A leftover halloween candy Dinner: Chicken sausage, rice, saute’d carrots Dessert: Leftover chocolate cream pie