I’m doing this thing backwards because who the heck can remember what they ate all week otherwise? Also, I have to announce, Miriam is currently eating liverwurst for lunch. She will eat pretty much anything, and liverwurst is delicious, but I don’t know many two year olds who like it.
Once again, thank you to Simcha Fisher for the endlessly amusing “What’s For Supper” link up series.
Thank you to one of my favorite bloggers Simcha Fisher for starting this “What’s for Supper” link up! She started it with the premise that:
“While I’m no cooking jainyus, I do manage to feed twelve people, seven days a week, without spending a million dollars and without anyone getting rickets.” – Simcha Fisher, What’s For Supper Vol. 2
Brilliant yes? I think so too. I can barely manage to keep the three (plus one) of us fed and watered. In fact this week was one of the first weeks that I really attempted meal planning. It started off kind of rough…
You’re probably raising an eyebrow, especially if you know my daughter is two. Of course we didn’t go back to school. We’re not doing any kind of pre-school or daycare though, so we are not going “back to school” in that regard either. So what does “not-back-to-school” look like for us?
Today I baked a version of Pioneer Woman’s Bread Pudding Recipe using 3/4 of a baguette, and vanilla ice cream instead of her sauce. Oh also, I skipped the nutty topping and went a little lighter on the sugar since the first time I made it my pudding came out too sweet.