Sunday morning we were still feeling pretty crummy so we stayed home from church. We’d kind of swapped places though, so at least at the beginning of the day my husband was feeling a little bit better and I was feeling a little bit worse. So, he fixed breakfast for us (also because he’s awesome like that).
He used the last egg and some of the (nitrate free) turkey lunchmeat from Costco to make himself a breakfast burrito. He made me toast with the last of the butter and some honey and cinnamon and heated up the last of the diced ham to top some turkey lunchmeat slices for me.
For lunch I threw together quick salmon chowder using leftover creamy spicy broth from the day before as a base, adding sliced carrots (I’d sliced a lot more than I needed for fried carrots, so I had a bag of pre-sliced carrots in the fridge) and a can of salmon. All I had to do was crush the bones in the salmon and chop a couple of small potatoes, and the whole thing made a pretty good soup.
Supper came in two parts, or as a couple of heavy snacks, depending on how you look at it. We fixed some more ramen (using olive oil since we’re out of butter) and also heated up some chili I had in the freezer which we ate with mozzarella cheese and tortilla chips.