We've been back from our trip for 5 days now. We're trying really hard to get back to normal. SOME of us had to jump right back into a work-a-day schedule (poor hubby, that was hard), and some of us have been taking our sweet time getting our body clocks back in sync with Israeli time (hello 5 yr old, sleeping at all hours of the day)... the rest of us are trying valiantly, but somehow 4 a.m. seems to be an awake time! (Sigh. I'd rather be sleeping and back on schedule.)
So instead of tossing and turning, I may as well be productive.
Here's my (supper) menu plan for the week, assuming I don't do a shuk day or other major shopping run:
Sunday (break the fast): Green Lentil Stew with Rice and Potatoes, Whole Wheat-Oatmeal-Flaxseed Bread (with butter), Fruit Salad
Monday: Shabbat Leftovers
Tuesday: Tomato Soup with Black Beans and Rice. Homemade Flatbreads with spreads (chumus, avocado) and roasted vegetables, scrambled eggs
Wednesday: Crock Pot Soup (not sure yet what kind, depends what's left in the house), flatbread pizzas
Thursday: Clean out the Fridge supper
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