This week has started with a bang with commitments yesterday, and the holiday seems so long ago already that I can't believe how quickly the time has flown past me.
The YFG had a great day in London yesterday, more excited about getting held up in a traffic jam and realising that the coach was outside 221B Baker Street ["BAKER STREET, Mum, we were in BAKER Street!] than the Museum, where they were looking at ecology and then volcanoes - wish I could have gone too as volcanoes were my favourite part of Geography! Anyway, she is home safe and sound.
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And so to the meals for the week........
Last night, the FH and I had one of the butcher-shop rabbits from Holt, and I have to say that I enjoyed it, although it tasted quite strong. The children declined and had to make do with freezer diving to find alternatives.
Today is gymnastics, and I plan to leave them with a shepherd's pie that they can eat whilst I am at gym. This plan has worked well in previous weeks.
Wednesday I have a small after school gym club in the village to run, and so it is a busy day again - I think that meatballs with spaghetti and pasta sauce would be quick and easy.
Thursday is the piano lesson after school, but we will be home by 5pm, I think, this week, so I may well roast a chicken, so that we have leftovers for Friday.
On Friday, I will have cold chicken, which would be nice with mash and veg and some pickles, perhaps. All the FH has to do whilst we are at gym is turn on a saucepan to cook the veg. Should be a doddle!
On Saturday, a home made vegetarian pizza will ring the changes, as we will have had quite a few meat based meals this week.
Sunday will be a surprise because I will have to have a good root around in the freezer to see what we have left by then.
I am finding that this planning is helping with the stock control and budgeting so I am going to try to continue it for the rest of the term.