Perseverance. I must persevere.
Additionally, at the end of our food supply before pay day, i have discovered a couple of handy shortcuts for tastier food when supplies are minimal.
Handy shortcut #1:
A can of spam can season a couple of pots of beans pretty nicely.
Handy shortcut #2:
After i nicely seasoned a pot of beans using Handy shortcut #1, i managed to scorch it, making it inedible to humans and very appetizing to some very lucky dogs. That was my chosen side for this evening's meals, and not wanting to start over with the beans, i looked for something different.
In my cabinet, i found some Ramen Noodles and a can of cream of mushroom soup. Just wait a minute; it turned out pretty good. I prepared the noodles as directed, but drained off most of the water before adding the seasoning/bouillon flavor packet. Then i drained the seasoned broth into a separate container, leaving the noodles mostly dry. To the noodles (two packages), i added one can of cream of mushroom soup. I stirred this together with the noodles, adding broth as needed to thin it out. I piled the noodles on the plate and topped them with pan fried pork steak. It wasn't gourmet, but it was a nice change.
Tomorrow, i am looking forward to our monthly(ish) community ladies' coffee, in which many of the ladies in my subdivision(ish) get together at someone's house and have...coffee. You guessed it. It's really quite enjoyable, and about the only time i get to see any of the ladies in my neighborhood. I learn all sorts of things at these meetings.
Besides that, i plan to muse over the mysteries of blogger while i do some sewing for a friend.
for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.
~ Galatians 6:9 ~