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Cooking update.
Have lasagna in oven.

I forgot to ask Jonathan to buy red peppers yesterday, but he did buy the optional zucchini, so I used that. It should add the touch of bitterness I want. Also, turned out I didn't have fresh garlic. This will not be a prize winning dish, but it should be edible.

The sauce is onions, sliced crimini mushrooms, a large zucchini, frozen spinach, pepper, lots of dried basil and oregano, and, yes. Garlic powder. *Sigh*. And I used no-boil lasagna noodles, so that part was easier.

I *hate* being sick. It should not be exhausting to make a sauce or construct a lasagna It really shouldn't.

I'm serving this with a plain green salad tonight. No blintzes. No cheesecake. I don't do those things anyway.

Chag Sameach for those who celebrate!

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Chag sameach! My shul does cheesecake after the evening service, and I have promised myself that I will have one small piece. Or possibly two slivers of different kinds. I need fuel to keep me up all night studying. ;)

(Re emergency food-prep issues, maybe it would pay to have an uncooked cheese and/or spinach lasagna, frozen then removed from baking pan and wrapped in several layers of freezer bags, and some cartons of your favorite pareve/dairy soup & fruit-enchanced applesauce always in the freezer? Add a green salad -- which I'm sure your husband could toss together with no problem -- and a good purchased dessert, and you'd have a very nice dairy dinner for several, suitable for any occasion other than Pesach.)

Chag Sameach to you too!

Chag sameach to you too!

I'm friending you, by the way, hope you don't mind :)

I'm working my way through my friends page slowly but surely

Refuah shlemah! *sends hugs and would send healing vibes if she knew how to* And I hope you had a nice Shavuot. Lasagna, yummy! I'm still trying to find out what to make myself for dinner. *sigh*