What I Spent
I built some meals around what was in my freezer this week, so my spending wasn’t super high.
- $30 on a Hungry Harvest box
- $15 at Safeway
I also spent $20 at Harris Teeter, but I had a gift card (I’d earned it for filling a prescription), so that cost me nothing out of pocket.
So…$45 out of pocket. Some of my previous weeks were artificially high, but this one is definitely artificially low!
What We Ate
I made BLTs + sauteed Hungry Harvest broccoli.
Lisey and Zoe took a day beach trip with friends, so I was on my own. I sauteed the rest of the broccoli, fried some eggs, and toasted a bagel for my meal.
Lisey was out with a friend, and I made a French toast breakfast for dinner for Zoe and me.
I made pulled pork sandwiches, which we ate with watermelon and cucumber slices. Sonia joined us. 🙂
I got my Hungry Harvest box and I saw that it included peppers and asparagus.
It’s such a handy recipe because you can use a number of different veggies; I’ve used broccoli, kale, peppers, and asparagus, alone or in combo with each other.
Sonia was over for dinner again and requested leftovers to take home, but she was nervous she might forget them when she left.
So, I told her a trick I often use: put your keys in the fridge by the food you need to remember! That way you can’t possibly leave without the food. 🙂
The girls ate leftovers, and I made myself a plate with asparagus, a sweet potato, and some ham from the freezer (asparagus and sweet potato are both from Hungry Harvest).
I’m going out with my mom, my sister, and two sisters-in-law for a belated Mother’s Day meal for my mom…it just took us this long to find a day that worked for all of us.
And…my mom kindly spent her actual Mother’s Day helping me move into my rental. As Richard Scarry says, “A mother’s work is never done.” And that seems to be true even if your kid is 44 years old, as I am!