yummy jap chae (Korean glass noodles) - recipe from Steamy Kitchen
Unfortunately eating at home is less and less common in our household. The wedding really threw our whole routine for a spin, and only recently has it gotten somewhat back to normal. Rushing to get a wedding together in a month leaves very little room for taking care of the house or your health. We found ourselves eating out often and forgetting what was even in our fridge. Once the routine has been changed, it is really hard to ever go back to how it used to be. Bummer.
smoked salmon with scallion sushi rolls -- so delicious!!
Now it's even worse. I'm not able to eat the same foods I was once used to eating. It's usually easier for me to keep down food at a restaurant than food made at home. It's pretty sad, and I don't like it one bit. Since I can never tell how I will react to a certain type of food, I try not to be the cook in the kitchen. Instead I stick to the role of washing dishes. A smell will hit me in the cooking process, and I go running upstairs to avoid further contact. :(
H making some omelet rice
In attempts to get back to our cooking routine, we go to the grocery store and come back to fill our fridge. Unfortunately that isn't enough motivation to get us going again, and probably half of what we buy goes in the trash by the end of the week. I wish I knew what we could do to change this, but I am left clueless.
Do you have any advice on how to get us back to our cooking routine? Have you suddenly stopped an activity and found a way to get back into it? Should we start planning meals for the week and attempt to follow it? We would appreciate your suggestions. Thanks!