What to say about this week. I mixed up two pounds of homemade (turkey) breakfast sausage and froze it in half pound servings. I made two peanut butter pies. Since we really didn’t cook this week, I also made a batch of chickpea salad that I completely forgot to photograph.
Wednesday – Better Than Grandma’s Meatloaf from The Williams-Sonoma Bride & Groom First and Forever Cookbook, Oven Fries, Steamed Asparagus
Look at us, trying out a new meatloaf recipe! This dinner actually called for one pound of ground meat and then another half pound of breakfast sausage. I can honestly say I wouldn’t have visioned those two together in a meatloaf but it was, of course, good. I’ve also found that meatloaf is probably going to be the #1 way that we use up our leftover matzo from Passover. Instant bread crumbs!
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Daily Life: Show us a day or a week of your life! Include pictures!
Thursday. Also known as the day where I could not be bothered to take a photo. It makes doing a Week In the Life…tricky.
I wore this Old Navy wrap dress to work today. I am pretty sure it is still for sale, if you’re digging the pattern.
Today was…long. Usually when I run inside, I watch whatever I have on the DVR. On the days when I’m stressed (Exhibit A: Today), I throw on my shades and my iPod and skip the DVR all together. I’m sure it’s strange to say that I wear my sunglasses running inside, but if I’m listening to music on the treadmill, I wear my sunglasses. The two always go together.
I will be honest, if there was ever an evening for a perfect night in, this would have been it. But it was wine night and if I was going to leave the house, it would only be for these ladies.
See also: We are selfie masters and the dress code is elastic waistband pants.
Anna brought this really excellent avocado-feta-tomato dip. Highly recommend.
Emily made a cinnamon butter dip for apples and I brought none other than the peanut butter pie.
When I was snapping this photo, I instructed Becky to be a hand model. I think she did a pretty 11/10 job, don’t you?