What’s For Dinner?

Meal planning at my house goes like this:

1) What would be low fat and low carb

2) that’s easy and fast

3) not too expensive

4) vegetarian, organic, seasonal, and local

5) that might be in the pantry

6) and use up stuff from the freezer like frozen green bean water

7) or shrimp shells (the vegetarian kind)

This is crazy making. So crazy making that tonight I’m going back to basics.

What goes with wine?

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About diane heath

Beauty as a 40 Day Spiritual Discipline. The rest of the year, visit me at The Sacred Ordinary (and the ordinary ordinary).
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4 Responses to What’s For Dinner?

  1. Elizabeth says:

    That sounds like a good plan to me. Once my refrigerator door broke on a holiday weekend and wouldn’t close. I had some friends try to fix it and ultimately we lifted the front and I put duct tape on the door to hold it until Tuesday when I could call the repair person. Rather than getting all upset, I decided to have a glass of wine. When I removed the bottle, which was on its side on the self, low and behold the door shut just fine. Moral of the story. Always have a glass of wine before trying to fix or deal with anything. In fact, I’ll think I’ll have a glass of wine now as a preventive measure.

  2. Pat Newton says:

    I love it! What goes with shrimp shells and what goes with wine?? who knows. Maybe it’s whatever you find.

    I ate tuna salad today and it tasted sooooo good……at Panera. I think I can never be a true vegetarian…..tuna, beautiful fish, shrimp, bean water????? I think Julia Child would like you.

    This week is my birthday and Bob and I are going to the inn in Highlands, nc for two days and experience massage and decadence…..I think I’ll like it.

    I gave my JUNTO paper on Ann Boleyn and quoted a Jungian, interesting look at moods (see The Invisible Partners by John Sanford) and everyone liked my chicken poem….everything was so grim…..it was a little comic relief.

    Miss you. Love, p

  3. Enid Holden says:

    That doesn’t help at all: everything goes with wine!
    xx
    E

  4. Pat Newton says:

    Your writing reminds me of a 19th century woman with a great sense of humor whose husband would always be amused……just my idea. love, p

    …….and then I saw the picture posted with the 7 ideas………did that sink into my subconscious…….where do these ideas come from……..but I know you and I think I’m right.

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