I am closing in on a three day weekend, and I must admit, that extra day just feels so nice. I think there should be one three day weekend every month. That would give you something to look forward to each month. How nice would that be?
I suppose Mondays are just a part of life. Let's make the best of them with some food!
Big thanks to Molly for sharing this recipe with me. I am one who doesn't typically like chicken noodle soup, but after reading through the recipe, it sounded like a great meal for a cold day. I bought a rotisserie chicken for this meal which I think made it even yummier. This might be my new favorite soup recipe!
Before you ask, I sure didn't make this. This lovely little meal in a box comes from my local Harris Teeter. I have always disliked sushi, but in the past month and half, I have started to love it more and more. I'm still reserved with what I'll order, but the texture doesn't bother me the way it did before. J plays frisbee on Tuesday nights, and this might be my new go-to meal for my "single" dinners!
This idea came from my friend Rachel. She told me that she makes personal pizzas on the frozen Naan from Trader Joe's. What a genius idea! This was one tasty, mini-pizza! I topped mine with some leftover rotisserie chicken that didn't go into the soup, some bbq sauce, some cheddar, and a few green onions. I already thinking of all the fun and different combos I can come up with for these mini-pizzas!
Pork Chops, Salad, and Sweet Potato Fries
Nothing fancy here. I marinated and grilled some pork chops, made some frozen sweet potato fries, and J threw together a salad for us of mixed greens, cucumbers, and sunflower seeds. This wasn't a fancy meal, but it was yummy!
We make this meal a lot, and every time I remember how much I love it. We forgot our green peppers this time, but it still worked out.