Ordinarily I don’t ask the kids what they want to eat. My kitchen motto is, “I am not a short order cook. When you are old enough to cook for yourself then you get to decide what we eat.” In fact, I fell in love with the following sign, which my sister has proudly displayed over her stove in her kitchen:
But, I was
not feeling particularly inspired feeling generous about May’s menu. So, I asked the family what we should eat. Their contributions were: Puttanesca, Pork Lo Mein, Hamburgers, Lasagna, and Fish Tacos. Thanks kids!
As always we are striving to double two meals a week (average). Some weeks that I know I’ll be busy I’m not doing so much doubling and making up for it on other weeks. These meals we are putting in the freezer for a rainy day. We’ll record these meals carefully on our Inventory Sheet. You may print these sheets for your own freezers and pantries so deliciousness doesn’t get lost in the back somewhere!
What are you eating in May?