Old Mother Hubbard

July 27, 2007

Journal, Lauren

The worst thing in the world, in my opinion, is coming home from work and figuring out what to eat.  I don’t mind cooking so much, it’s the thinking that stinks.  Normally this isn’t such a big deal because we’re stocked up from Sam’s, but that supply has run now dry.  Until we can get into Lincoln, what on earth will we have for dinner?  You pick!  Keep in mind that anything that looks edible on these shelves has probably expired.
Olives with Kool-Aid?

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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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7 Responses to “Old Mother Hubbard”

  1. Lauren't dad Said on:

    4 oz olive oil, 2 c cornmeal, 4T honey, 1/ can green chilis, 1 t salt, 6 T soda, 1/3 m/l jar of spaghetti sauce, the can of Delmonte stuff. Mix, put in a deep baking pan, and bake for 30 min at 250°F. If you prefer it burnt, bake at 400°F.

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  2. Peggy Said on:

    Don’t worry … the important thing is you have plenty of wine … go for cocktails & ordorves … Club crackers with PB, wine, wine, wine, light a candle & enjoy!

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  3. Brad Said on:

    Those club crackers are fresh. I just bought them when I was there. I like just eating them plain with Pepsi. Then you could have marshmallows for dessert. Sorry I ate all the colored ones, but I remember you having plain ones…

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  4. Deborah Said on:

    No ideas for supper. As you know, I like to watch cooking shows while thinking, “I wish someone would make that for me!”
    More importantly, did you really write this post at 5:42 a.m. ?

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  5. Jill Said on:

    If only there was a pizza place in Seward, you could order in and not have to think…

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  6. Beth Said on:

    I need a picture of your freezer, too.

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  7. Ashley Said on:

    I
    HAVE
    THAT
    SAME
    PEANUT
    BUTTER!!
    YAY
    ME!!

    Reply

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