One Week of Lunches | M-F | Jennifer L. Scott
Don't you love to know what other people eat? In today's video, I take you to lunch each weekday! I hope my video gives you some ideas for your own kitchen. This isn't the most typical week, as we celebrated a birthday, but you will see how I go with the flow.
What I ate:
Monday: steamed crab with melted butter, grapes, Havarti cheese, baguette with butter
Tuesday: Leftover turkey kale Alfredo pasta with fruit salad
Wednesday: Sliced apple with almond butter, carrots and Babybel cheese (this is a snack-y lunch due to a large breakfast)
Thursday: Birthday sushi! And a homemade Oreo cheesecake
Friday: Quinoa bowl with artichoke and red pepper spread, sauteed kale, soft boiled egg and Havarti cheese.
It's important to note that this week's lunches are not heavy on vegetables. If I don't get vegetables in at lunchtime, I make up for it during dinner, which I certainly did this week.
Check out my video to see all of the options. I hope you enjoy!
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Comment of the Week
Good evening Jennifer,
I came upon this quote by one of my favorite authors, and I thought you would like it as well.
"Wherever you are you should always be contented, but especially at home, because there you must spend the most of your time." Jane Austen
This quote helps me have a better attitude while I'm doing chores or feeling overwhelmed with running a household.
Enjoy the rest of your weekend,
Hello Vanessa, thank you for sharing that quote. It is inspiring and so true!
Question of the Week
Hi Jennifer. I have been a reader of your blog for a few years now. Every Monday I am so excited to read and watch your next topic. I had a question that has been on my mind for a while. Music. My house is so quiet or with 2 boys it gets taken over with the noise of whatever they are into. I really want to change our noise environment. I know there are so many different music devises out these days, in fact so many, that I can't choose. Do you mind sharing what device, or radio system, or even record player, that you use in your home. Thank you. Warmly, Kim C
Hello Kim, thank you for your question! In the house, we generally put music on iTunes via our television. We have an apple TV device that does this. Or, If I want to play a CD, I put it in our DVD player. In the car, we listen to our iPod that plugs into the car with a USB cable. We aren't the most technologically advanced, and I'm sure that there are better ways we could be listening to our music, but what we do works for us. What I like about iTunes on the TV is that I can listen to music according to genre. Famille Chic used an old-fashioned record player to listen to their music, which provided many wonderful memories for me. There are many options, as you can see! I hope that helps.
Thank you for watching! This week I would love to know what your favorite lunch is...
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