I think I finally figured out why I haven’t been blogging lately. It’s just too. dang. hot. About all I can manage is trips to the pool and making sure the kids are fed and clothed. And even that’s a chore.
I generally love to cook, except when the thermometer reads 100 degrees or more. Then I don’t want to cook or eat or plan to cook or eat. Unfortunately, no one else in my family agrees with my summertime menu. And apparently a diet of watermelon and cantaloupe isn’t sufficient for growing children. What’s with that?
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So we’ll be eating a lot of chicken until the mercury drops. Tonight we had it with corn on the cob, left over veggies and hummus from bible study snack and johnny cakes. The johnny cakes are not great summertime food because of the standing over the hot stove. So that was stupid, but loved by my kids enough to be stupid sometimes. Okay, a lot of time.
Another great summer recipes is Amish baked oatmeal with fresh fruit and cream. I double the recipe and add cinnamon. Yum. Also, it’s baked nice and early before the summer heat starts to boil my brain.
Hey, maybe that’s why I haven’t been blogging. My brain’s been boiled!