Pantry Challenge, Days 10 & 11: Crying Fowl

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Last night I didn’t get a chance to post as I was having a baby. This baby. It was a nailbiter, for sure, hoping that redirects and transfers and hosts and whatsits would do what they were supposed to do. I felt like the dad in the labor scenario, just helplessly watching the action and hoping it all ended in a happy way. Joy did all the work. And she did a great job.

Anyway, I just couldn’t bring myself to post about food. And since today and yesterday have their similarities, I’ll just lump them together.

Breakfast: cereal
Lunch: Chili in the crockpot (just kind of threw a bunch of things together – no recipe)
Dinner: Whole chicken (cooked in the other crockpot) made into tacos with corn tortillas, salsa, lettuce and avocado

The “plan” was roast turkey. But, after dealing with a bird yesterday, I really didn’t want to deal with another bird today. I put it off so long I knew dinner would be terribly late, so I cooked it, but we ate something different. Now, the race is on to figure out what to do with two turkey breasts and 8 cups of shredded meat. Suggestions?

Breakfast: Cereal
Lunch: leftovers and milk shakes (FishBoy5 got 2 fillings and couldn’t chew)
Dinner: big green salad with lots of veggies and mac and cheese from the freezer.

How are you eating these days?

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