The past week I was in a pretty bad funk and didn't feel like doing much of anything, so that explains my lack of posts. This week and next week, I am trying to get myself and my son ready for the new school year. We are beginning a new school venture this year. He will be starting online schooling and I will be his "learning coach". This is so very new to us. I plan on writing about our new journey, but need to experience it first. LOL In the meantime, I'm going to just re-post some stuff so you don't start to miss me. XOXO
Today, I started thinking about when I started cooking. When I was younger, my mom worked two jobs and I was left to make dinner for the family. As a teenager, I didn't want to spend time in the kitchen cooking, so I made really quick easy meals. Why don't I do that know? I think it is because I am an adult with my own family that I feel the need to cook a nice dinner every night.
Well, I don't. Why can't I make meals like I made when I was younger. It is OK, and it is also a wonderful and easy way to get my son involved in helping to cook meals. So, I am going back to basics. I am going to start making those meals that I made when I starting cooking. Now, I won't make these every night, but it will be nice and it might give me inspiration to simplify other meals.
For my meal tonight, I am going to make English Muffin Pizza. I am going to toast the english muffins in the toaster, so I don't have to turn the oven on and then melt the cheese in the microwave. Totally Old School cooking.
Other things I use to make were chicken nuggets, corn dogs, sandwiches and actually one of my favorites, cereal for dinner. When did that become wrong to do? I don't feed it to my family every night.
So, if you have back to basic recipes or ideas, please share them with me. I would love to have more suggestions.