I have something to admit and I’m fairly ashamed to admit that I’ve gone to the other side. Are you ready? Brace yourselves and don’t tell my husband because I don’t want him to know because he could hold it over me.
I’ve found in the last month that I’m really loving this whole new-fangled cooking thing I’ve been doing. In my 30-ish years, I’ve always looked at cooking as a chore and boring. Like cleaning the toilet kind of chore. Or better
worse yet, cleaning my hubby’s toilet. *blech*
Since I’ve been making skin care products and testing to find what works and what doesn’t, that’s made me become more aware that with cooking, the sky’s the limit.
Because I suck so bad at cooking and have tried different cookbooks over the years, the one cookbook that has really inspired me to cook and having a happy hubby is Curtis Stone’s Relaxed Cooking. I know I mentioned it a few posts down but for reals, the directions in the cookbook are so easy to follow.
And now on to What’s For Lunch?
My 3 year-old is a very picky eater but I try to keep giving her some variety as well as the food she loves, like mac n’ cheese.
Clockwise from left: orange slices, pirate’s booty, peanut butter and honey sandwich cut into stars, and string cheese.
Clockwise from left: blueberries, yogurt raisins, mini-triscuits, and mac n’ cheese.
Clockwise from left: raisin and cinnamon bread with peanut butter and honey, granola bar, carrots with ranch dressing, red grapes, and peanuts.