It’s double-super-coupon time at the Harris Teeter, one of the local grocery stores. Nothing strikes more fear in the hearts of shoppers and cashiers. That means empty shelves on some things, and plenty of things that are really not needed. Coupons are such a double-edged sword—great if you can use them wisely, landmines if you cannot. Just because I can get Dora “Fruit Juicer” Fruit-Like Fruit Snacks at half price, does not make them a food.
Rant off. Now for the weekly details.
This translates into:
Sunday: Fish and Veg (probably asparagus and something involving quinoa, because I like to say the word)
Monday: Breakfast for Dinner
Waffles, waffles, waffles!
Tuesday: Pork Noodle Soup with mushrooms and spinach and edamame on the side
Wednesday: Taco Night!
Thursday: Pasta Surprise (based on whatever is leftover)
Friday: Sausage, greens, and pierogies
Saturday: Dine Out
With a hint of spring in the air, we’ll be shifting away from heavier winter fare and into spring. For the Practical Cook, this means birthday season. Look for upcoming posts on everything from birthday cakes to school lunch survival strategies.
Coming up next, in honor of breakfast for dinner night, Waffles!