I made 8 breakfast burritos this morning. 2 in the fridge and the rest in the freezer. I feel breakfast wealthy.
I didn't have anything for lunch so I whipped up a little quiche with some left over havarti and put it in the Advantium oven (which does not heat up the house). I usually cook them for 30 minutes. 10 minutes in, of course, John calls to say my car's ready. They said they would pick me up in 20 minutes. The lunch math was broken. So I checked the quiche at 20 minutes and it looked good. Turns out, it only wanted 20 minutes of cooking!! And it was delicious. Note to self, don't overcook those suckers any more.
The car cost $325. But it is cool as a cuke. Yeah!!!
I decided to go on down to the Lazy Boy store. They only had one of the two that I wanted to see but it showed me enough to know that it is OK, not great not even good just OK. And would take 8 -12 weeks to get and would cost $200 to deliver and, no, they will not take away my old couch when they deliver... but, here's the major WTF. This OK chair? $2k all in. The other one that they didn't even have "I can show you a picture" would be $3K all in. NFW. No thank you. It was pretty clear they weren't that interested in selling me anything anyway.
There are about a dozen furniture stores near there. Most are cut rate, not my style stores. There are two that are more modern/mid-centuryish so I went to those. No joy in either the furniture or the service. I found some more OK but not good enough options at Macy's and at least a sales person there who pretended she would like to help me buy. Macy's, by the way, had far more and more attractive options for recliner chairs than Lazy Boy did.
There is a lot of furniture that comes in 50 shades of brown. And gray and black. Ugh.
So home I came. I think my plan is going to be to get rid of my current uncomfortable brown sofa and move the love seat that is in the bedroom back into here and just wait for inspiration.
I dropped off my latest Amazon return at the Amazon Fresh location and got a free banana ... Score!
My instapot arrived and I did a test with water like you are supposed to. Pretty slick. Tonight is chicken - pressure cooked with leftover cheese potatoes (microwave) and either sugar snap peas or pears. This will be a fine test of how much cooking/prep I'm up for. Mainly, my plan is to use the instapot (which, turns out to really be instant pop - i don't know why I keep leaving out the t and the space) to make big batches of freezer fodder. And fast, perfect rice.
But not today.