"What chicken are we going to use?" I asked.
"You have some in there, I've seen it," she said.
"Two chicken breasts are not going to feed six people," I responded.
"Well, I'll come up with something!" she chimed.
I'm squared away with food today. I brought a little cup of milk and some Honey Bunches of Oats for breakfast. For lunch I'm finishing that turkey sandwich I found in the office mini fridge (I got it last Friday so it's not terribly old), putting on some fancy mustard that I have, also sitting in the fridge, and Granny Smith apple slices, also found in the fridge. Dinner will be a leftover crab cake with brussel sprouts and sweet potatoes. I didn't need to order two of them since Old Ebbitt's makes their crab cakes with pure crab meat, almost zero filler, but I figured I'd have dinner for tonight if I ordered two. I think that's cheating, and Stefanie suggested we add a day to the challenge every time we go out. (Ouch!) Will discuss with Margaret as soon as I hear from her about her food situation today.
Update from Margaret:
Breakfast: the last of my Kashi cereal with yogurt (that would be plain...blech) and frozen blueberries, half a grapefruit, and coffee (of course!)
Lunch: can of soup, carrot sticks, and a bag of snacks (one organic rice cake, some dried mangoes, a half a granola bar (don't ask me why, but I must have only eaten half a few weeks ago)), and an apple
Dinner: TBD :)
What do you think about breaking our rule and buying chicken? Originally I had thought NO WAY, but then in order for us to make use of all this canned stuff, I think we're going to need some sort of meat, and since it's a perishable item?
HA! She buckled under the pressure! But I must ask you, dear readers, what should we do?
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