Rerun?

Wednesday was crazy…rainy, with not friendly Walmart checkout people and cold and damp!  It’s still pretty cold, but that just may be inside the house.  I think it’s meant to warm up today.  We’ll see…

To make up for the glitch the other day, I bring to you Stir Fry in a Bag!

I added half a zucchini too, but forgot it for the photo… 😦

I guess it’s not just my own photo I’m having trouble with! 😉

I added lots of ground black pepper and Bell’s Seasoning Onion & Herb , in the couscous while cooking and in the stir fry itself. I also added some Gardein “chicken” pieces that Gail had shared with me.  I can’t seem to find the exact ones that they were on their website.

And of course I added some Locatelli cheese!

This wasn’t as pretty as the first time, I got interrupted while cooking and it cooked a little longer than it should…but it was delicious!  The Bell’s Seasoning is really good.  Funny, it’s meant for chicken and I used it with the Gardein chicken.  I didn’t think of that at the time, but it definitely worked!  The Gardein was very tasty.  I have more of it in the freezer, but I just don’t always get around to using it.  I will from now on!

Today is May 5, and everyone thinks of Cinco de Mayo.  For our family it’s always been my Grandparents anniversary.  They would have been married 92 years today.  They were wonderful people who made a big impression on Ele and Me.  I think they played a big part in shaping us into the people we are today.  Oh…we have THEM to blame, huh?? 😉

Also Happy Birthday to my other Pop, my father in law.  We was a wonderful man, a decorated WW II veteran and a good friend and support to our family.  We miss them all, but are so lucky to have had them in our lives.

I have a dentist’s appointment for a cleaning this afternoon.  Today is my hygenist’s due date for her baby.  Hmmmm…wonder if she’ll be there? 😉

Happy AnniBirthdaydeMayo!!  Happy Thursday!

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2 responses to “Rerun?

  1. I think that we should take the hula skirt off the wine bottle tonight and toast them all. Gram and Pop were the most wonderful grandparents in the world. My other Pop always treated me like I was his daughter even though we weren’t really related. He always made me smile, he took care of me and was concerned about me and I loved him dearly. Gram taught me how to be a grandmother and Grandpop, well, he taught me what a real man should be like. Sadly, there are few men today who could fill his tiny little shoes. He was a giant at 5 foot. All three of them made us who we are today. Ours lives were truly blessed by them.

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