I have always been a gleaner. It is quick and has a small element of instant gratification. I love finding that little nugget of information. Something so simple, yet right there. Another affirmation that it is the little things.
I am slow to wake this morning, still on my first mug of coffee. Possibly because it is only me right now. I do not have to do anything for anyone. And truth be told, I prefer doing something for someone. It is purpose and direction. I find that busy equals productive. I will be glad when my Honey is home. There will be lots to do and we will get it done together.
I will stop for the grocery specials on the way home from work, make a quick meal and get the yard sale stuff priced, no excuses!
I have begun experimenting with a small meat loaf, cooked in a skillet. Not a real recipe, more of a freestyle process.
1 pound ground beef
1 slice bread, or dried cubes or oatmeal
1/4 c onion dried or fresh
salt and pepper
herbs of choice
glop of steak sauce
catsup or other flavored sauce if desired
Combine ingredients in a large bowl, mix well. Form into a patty about 2 inches thick. Remember you will need to turn it over. Brown well on medium heat, turn over and add catsup or sauce of choice if desired. Cover pan and continue to cook on low until done. Tilt pan on edge of burner so grease will run away from the meatloaf. Cut into portions and serve.
Serves 3 -4
Enjoy your day.