I haven't done this in a while.  Z's been working a lot of 2nd shifts, so I haven't been doing a lot of cooking.  But since he is now back on first shift (any by Sunday you can expect my first shift-work journal), I am looking forward to cooking up some yummy meals!

 

Monday: Spaghetti (I make my sauce with very little tomato sauce, I'll be sharing my recipe soon - it's great for those who struggle with ulcers or GERD, and cannot do spicy/tomato-ey things)

Tuesday: Lemon Basil Chicken

Wednesday: Potato Pie

Thursday: Braised Chicken and Mushrooms

Friday: Bean Soup

Saturday: Tacos

Sunday: Japanese Chicken Salad

 

 

Not only are we in another heat wave, I am 8 months pregnant and having the mother of all hot flashes.

 

So, I came up with a new variation of an old favorite in the way of a cool desert.

 

This is what you need:

 

A banana

Ice cream

Whipped topping

Chocolate sauce

An Ice cream scoop

A knife

A pretty ice cream dish

A spoon

 

 

Slice or chop your banana in the bottom of the dish

 

 

Scoop out a few scoops of ice cream

 

 

Have fun with the whipped topping (of course, the more the better!)

 

 

Drizzle lots of chocolate sauce all over

 

Enjoy!

 

 

 

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