Tonight, for dinner, I threw together a nice Turkey Alfredo with turkey I had frozen last month. Nice, big chunks of turkey, to keep the meat eaters happy. lol
Last week was a bust in the kitchen. Several of the kids were sick, and I caught it, too. Thankfully, really, thankfully, it was “only” a bad cold. Don’t get me wrong, I don’t want any of us to be sick with a cold, but it is much better to be sick with that, thatn with the flu that is going around. Definitely don’t want the flu!
So the most I did in the kitchen was make the kids juice, and broth with noodles. I’m so glad I had some home canned turkey broth on hand!
My kitchen highlight last week was homemade cinnamon rolls for breakfast Christmas morning!
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My daughter Abby, 16, made lasagna for the first time last Tuesday. It was on her list of want to learn how to cook dishes. She learned the hard way, too. Well, the hard way now, but it will make it easier for her later on. I told her what to do and she did it. We didn’t follow a recipe. She made the sauce, learning to taste it to get the seasoning right. She learned how to mix up the cheese and egg mixture, then assemble it. We didn’t use enough cheese mixture. Which would be my fault, not hers. Her lasagna came out great anyway. And the family has requested that she make it again.