I know I should be writing more about the grand experiment known as multi-generational living. Slowly but surely we are getting there. In the interim, I will share food photos with you instead because that is what I can handle.
This week’s meals were slightly more eclectic, yet still delicious. It could be summarized as: we needed to clean out our (collective) freezers and we needed to make dinner.
Saturday – Tater-Topped Sausage Egg-Bake
I had a little brunch get-together with Brady, Hannah and Ang and for weeks now, tater tot egg bake was on my heart. Sometimes, dreams do become reality.
Sunday – Salmon, Baked Potato, Green Salad, Fresh Baked Bread with Jam
Monday – Sesame Chicken, Korean BBQ Short Ribs, and Chicken Pot Stickers from Trader Joe’s, Asian Cabbage Slaw, Green Beans, Rice
Since we are in the process of merging two freezers together, Mom used this as an excuse to clean out (AKA eat) some of the food in her freezer. I made the coleslaw!
Tuesday – Spaghetti with Meatballs, Antipasto Salad, Garlic Bread
This is your regular PSA to buy garlic bread from Lunds because it is the best.
Thursday – Chicken in Simmer Sauce, Channa Masala, Szechuan Green Beans, Rice, Samosas, Naan
Another potpourri of a meal here. Mom made the chicken. The channa masala was from a batch that I froze. The samosas and naan came from a takeout place. We all ate.