About a week ago, Jason declared that he would like to eat only vegetarian in May. Two minutes later he said "We can still have fish, right?" We decided on no fish, but we will be eating dairy and eggs, so May is now deemed Meatless May. Jason believes this will lead us down a path of healthier eating, but I think we'll just eat more cheese. I have set a rule of pasta no more than once a week because I know it will be a fall back food if there's no limit.
In my planning for Meatless May, also among trying to get caught up on my end of the semester grading, I neglected to remember that we always eat leftovers for lunch. So, when Wednesday night hit, and we'd eaten all the meat products in fridge, Jason realized that he didn't know what to have for lunch the next day, and I'd be at work. I reminded him that there was leftover broccoli cheese sauce, but he'd have to microwave a potato. "You do know how to microwave a potato, right?" The disheartening reply "I don't think so." Keep in mind, we do have a special bag for microwaving said potatoes. He ended up with a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
This month should be a little more interesting in the culinary department than just peanut butter and jelly, and I plan on posting our dinners daily. Last night we had sauteed pepper, onion, and mushroom melts. No recipe, just saute onions, peppers, and mushrooms until soft. Spread marinara on hoagie rolls, top with sauteed veggies and sliced mozzarella, and then put into the oven until the cheese is melted. I put these in at 400 F for about 7 minutes. Just watch that the bread doesn't burn.
Tomorrow: Tofu Puttanesca