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Category Archives: lunch
Stumbled onto this one the same time that we found this one. Funny that I had never thought of putting an egg on a quesadilla before, and then found two on the same day that called for it. While the … Continue reading
Lunch has been an obstacle lately. We’re trying so hard to brown bag it, but it’s winter time, so we’re eating a lot of soup and stews, and they’re just not the same microwaved, in a cubicle, without a fire … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to do this for a while. Thanks partly to the economy, but mostly just because I’m a dork, I started calculating the cost per serving of some of our meals. Unfortunately, I usually do this in the … Continue reading
From Donna McAleer, over on our sister-site: Only have 5 minutes to make your next meal. Throw together the ingredients below and the result is a tasty and relatively healthy wrap. Extra Virgin Olive Oil, a littleRomaine lettuce, choppedCeasar dressing … Continue reading
You all know the big reasons: family, friends, that hearty meal of turkey and stuffing… But after the last prezzie has been unwrapped and the dishes have been washed and put away, there’s still a lot to look forward to … Continue reading