I don't have a whole lot to post about, but thought I'd share a bit of a funny this morning. This week Andy gets a real paycheck for the first time in 4 1/2 months, and I get to go real grocery shopping. And of course, I'm super excited about being able to spend more than the tiny budget I've been working with. I'm also excited to return to my favorite grocery store after months of grocery shopping at Wal-Mart. Oddly enough though, last night when I asked Andy what he wanted for lunches, dinners, etc. he came up blank. Which is funny because I was also staring at a blank page. I'm so used to minimal grocery lists and meals that include the basics that I'm having a tough time making a list. The only thing I'm in the mood for is vegetables, and the only thing on the menu so far is a steak dinner. I plan on picking on of my Cooking Light recipes to try over the next week, but other than that... it's a different situation to be in I guess. I'm beginning to think that instead of the "big grocery shop" that I'd been planning the last few months that I will just add a few extra things to the cart over the next few weeks and do it gradually. Any new finds out there that are must haves?
Secondly this morning, I have a new article up at Kids Cuisine. Want to know how our asparagus adventure turned out? You can read about the adventure and our conclusions here. It was an interesting experience, I have to say. I am working on making a list of B vegetables for Abigail to pick from. So far I have broccoli, bok choy, brussels sprouts, beets, and butternut squash. I know she won't be picking the brussels sprouts, but thought I'd throw it in anyway. But am I overlooking something that's a B vegetable?