Meals have been all over the place these days. Actually, more times than not, they’ve been on a blanket, on the floor of our new place. Pre-prepared, cold, eaten with a plastic utensil. It’s obnoxious to have your life thrown so completely off schedule, but we’ve been doing pretty good. On the extra-off days, rice and beans (cooked with tons of diced up veggies) or pasta (also with tons of veggies) are key. Easy, and loved. Leftovers have always been our best friend, but these days, they’re a necessity. The new kitchen is small, but open. Many more cabinets, a view into our open space, and tons more light, I look forward to the meals that will be prepared in our new home.
black beans, zucchini and corn in couscous, guacamole.
leftover chana masala mixed with rice, peas, corn and a side of (leftover) smoked paprika breakfast potatoes.
carrot soup, a big (leftover) spoonful of rice, and roasted brussels sprouts topped with nutritional yeast.
arepas, baked potatoes with leeks and peppers.
vegetable rice with beans.
veggies shimmered with tomatoes and pasta.
cole slaw, mac and cheese, veg*n chicken (which she surprisingly ate, she usually pushes it aside)