Tummy Aches and Green Bean Casserole

February 28, 2011

This one time when I was pregnant with Scott, I was consumed with the desire for green bean casserole. I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I was dreaming about it. So finally, I gave in. I went to the store, bought the ingredients, went home, made an entire green bean casserole, and ate it. The entire thing. The entire thing right then. And then I thought I might die. That was the last time I ate green bean casserole.

This week, I had a similar experience with chicken and dumplings and brussel sprouts. The chicken and dumpling recipe that I tried last week was AMAZING. I paired it with roasted brussel sprouts, DELISH. BUT the next day I came down with a mild version of what Nate had (which by the way, was not over when I blogged on Monday, it lasted a full five days. Five days.). I will probably never eat chicken and dumplings or brussel sprouts again. However, I encourage you too.


Monday: Grill Out Steaks and Potatoes and Veggies

Tuesday: Honey Chicken Kabobs , Rice, and Salad

Wednesday: Breakfast for Dinner

Thursday: Leftover Night

Friday: Nachos and Raw Veggies

Saturday: OUT

Sunday: Pizza Movie Night

PS When I grow up I want to be Annette Bening.


3 Responses to “Tummy Aches and Green Bean Casserole”

  1. bethany Says:

    Glad you are feeling better! Honey Chicken kabobs sound yummy!

  2. carissa Says:

    What’s up with the Annette Benning thing. I need that to be a topic of convo on Thursday, which I am super excited about btw.

  3. alayna Says:

    yay on the dumplings! that is mymichael’s favorite food growing up…must try soon!

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