You know those people who say they “forget” to eat or are “too busy” to eat? I’m not one of them.
I never forget to eat or put off eating or any of those other crazy things people do. Are you kidding? I don’t have time NOT to eat.
However, after a week of birthday celebrating and vacationing in Savannah, I almost felt like I could be one of those people who doesn’t schedule regular feedings. I needed a break. I was so burnt out on restaurant food and I really felt like I’d be happy with eating nothing but lettuce and boiled fish for a few days.
But instead I bought a Crock Pot.
What I really wanted more than lettuce and boiled fish (which I didn’t really want at all) was a few home cooked meals. I’m not even a little bit competent in math, but I’d say 90% of the time I eat in restaurants I feel too full and pretty sick afterward and 100% of the time I eat home cooked food I feel awesome. The Crock Pot was on sale at Target for $17. My friend Tiffaney told me she’d stop being my friend if I didn’t go buy it. So I bought it. I love it! I didn’t use it every night, but between that and a sworn affidavit saying I would not eat out for at least a week, I came up with these lovely meals:
All of these meals were delicious and none of them made me feel like hot garbage. I wish I wasn’t so lazy or I would cook every single night and never ever go out to eat. But who’s kidding who? I can’t do dishes EVERY night.