07
Feb
07

Wednesday Dinner

pk.jpgBrian’s often at rehearsal on Wednesday nights (stalkers, take note) and so it’s just the three of us for dinner. For some reason, I have zero motivation to prepare a healthy meal on nights like this. Tonight it was pancakes. For my special recipe, refer to the Bisquick box and add a bit more milk. To go hog wild, sprinkle cinnamon in the batter or add some mini chocolate chips.

I was feeling a little guilty about the lack of nutrition when my lovely neighbor poked her head in to ask for some vegetable oil. To my happiness, she said they were having pancakes too (with the addition of hash browns and I don’t know what else–I didn’t ask, being overcome by the idea of pancakes).

During dinner I was inspired to add a little fiber to the meal, so I made popcorn and the three of us watched Cinderella.

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