I don’t say it often enough. But I love my job! What job is that? You ask.
Domestic Diva, Super Mom, The Queen of my castle and my King, Shuttle service, Pet care provider, Chef, Maid, Doctor, Psycologist, Referee, Plumber, DIYer, Fixer, Gardener, financial advisor, banker, crystal ball holder, autism advocate, car whisperer. I’m sure I’ve missed a few hundred things I do. But you get the idea. And yes! I love my job. I wouldn’t change a thing.
And as usual its quite a ride! He was to make turkey meatloaf. He took out the milk and said matter of factly, its expired. I say ok check for another gallon.
Then I see him smelling and measuring out the milk. What are you doing? I say. He says I’m going to use the milk! I say um no. We don’t use expired milk. We’ve tried that already. We all got ill.
So he huffs and puffs and goes to the store to get another gallon. Problem adverted…or so you’d think. No its just the beginning of this story.
Onto mixing the ingredients. He takes the ground turkey, adds the egg, milk, bread crumbs and puts it into a loaf pan. Then he places it in the oven. I go to look and see how he did to see the meatloaf mix package on the counter UNOPENED.
I pick up the package and say did you forget the mix?? He says omgosh! So ya.. then out of the oven the meatloaf comes so we can add the seasoning.
After its back in the oven. He says Thank God you noticed that. That meatloaf would have been nasty.
I say. Ya think?! LoL maybe we will eat sometime tonight.
Was an awesome trip. We loved what we saw. We are going back this summer for a week to pick neighborhoods were interested in living in.
People are sooooo much calmer there than here in Cali. It was amazing. All my families aliments were gone as they usually are when we visit desert climates.
Took Greg the egg with us as we were there on Easter.
One of my sons was on a trip with school to DC, New York, Philly. So it was a perfect time for us to go. I hate being home on holidays if all of the kids aren’t here.
Pup did great on the 6 hour trip. And in a hotel. It was her first time in a hotel. We usually travel with our RV. But she’s great in a hotel. Which was awesome. Seeing as our RV is up for sale! WOOT!! Just another part of our journey to own a home.
Or was it me? Well anyways hubby ruined his first dinner early this morning (see previous post) then I sent him to the store for more corned beef.
Not a brisket this time though. We didn’t have enough time to cook a brisket so he bought some from the deli.
I heated the meat up, toasted the rye bread, slathered it in thousand island, put on a piece of swiss cheese, mounded up the meat, added sour kraut, and heated whole sandwich in toaster oven. Mmm mmm mmm. Perfection!
Don’t let him in the kitchen. EVER.
Yet another reason my husband should not be allowed in kitchen under any circumstance.
He was to get up at 4 am and put corned beef in crockpot. AND turn it on.
Well he put it in crockpot, put water over it, and walked away.
I walk into kitchen 4 1/2 hours later to find corned beef in crockpot that was never turned on. Aughhh
The company that sold it is closed today. But I don’t see how you could leave out something raw for that long then cook it and eat it and not get sick.
The package says must remain refrigerated or frozen. It Doesn’t say you can leave it out in room temperature water for over 4 hours. And then cook it.
So to the trash it will go. His Birthday dinner in the trash.
Onto plan B for his Birthday dinner.
Moral of the story… you want something done right..DO IT YOUR SELF