Right now take-out Chinese sounds good. Except my favorite place doesn't deliver and I don't want to go out. In the heat. And the rain. And the Tornado warning.
Do you like Chinese food?
Am trying to phase out all meat...but I'd really love some good ribs to gnaw on....*sigh*.....:-)
Jaylee, maybe if you put some fake ribs in the oven on low and got them all dried out, you could gnaw on them.
I'm going to have some low gluten cinnamon raisin toast with peanut butter and plum sauce/jam. And yogurt and grapes. To make up for the McD cheeseburger I had for lunch.
And asparagus for my kidney stone.
Annual Feast of St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Fayetteville on Sunday. BBQ, kraut, Shiner Bock and kolaches!
Pork chops and fried potatoes.
I just had pea salad. It was all I wanted.
We're having a cook out this afternoon. I'm making BBQ pork chops on the grill, home made mac n cheese, cauliflower "potato" salad, and corn dogs for the kids. Our daughter is bringing a salad and possibly deviled eggs. Not sure what our niece is bringing.
Wow!!! How did they taste?
Your kolaches look great, alot like Pru's kolaches. There is kolache baking contest and kolache eating contest at the Kolache Festival in Caldwell, Texas this Saturday.
Cowboy dazzled me with his tilapia....again. :-)
Corn on the cob
I had a frozen hamburger. I thawed it first.
Colin had a craving for tuna. He put a big can of it in a bowl, mixed in some mayo and then decided it was too goopy, so he added another can of tuna.
I guess I know what I'll be eating for lunch for the next ten days.
Have you noticed how little a small can of tuna is these days? There's barely enough there to make even one decent sandwich.
I had a burger for a late lunch, so it'll be stir-fried veg. (broccolini and asparagus) for dinner tonight). And grapes for dessert.
I'm really looking forward to 75 straight days without having to cook or think about my next meal.