For all of you who work from home, dontcha hate all the “Oh, you don’t work?” I feel your pain!
Let me tell you. While I may NOT have a job outside the home. A job which actually pays me FAIR wages… I work.
In an underpaid, underappreciated position that has no start time, nor stop time.
7:15 wake up get coffee, turn brain on.
7:30 wake up wee man for school.
7:45 breakfast for wee man.
8:10 off to school for wee man.
8:40- prep for dinner. (ie; pull whatever from freezer and make sure I have all needed items)
9:00 clean kitchen (unload dishwasher-reload if needed, wipe counters, etc.
9:30 start laundry (typically I do 2-3 loads a day)
10: 00 backwash pool/check filters
10:30 open up word get as much writing done as possible.
12:00 swap loads of laundry over and hand/fold dry load
1:00 check bathrooms and clean if necessary
1:30 swap laundry again (fold/hang new load)
2:00 back to writing.
3:00 get wee man
3:30 prep for dinner. (get meat in oven or potatoes skinned, etc.
4:00 start dinner.
5:00/5:30 dinner time.
6:00/6:30 begin after dinner clean-up and swap last laundry load
7:30 pack lunches
8:00 back to writing.
Now, in the midst of the above there is reviewing the bills, giving out the kids chores (making sure they get done) any sewing or hemming or like now, making a baby blanket, is done in-between.
Have I mentioned I repaired our oven a few weeks ago? As in replaced both elements? Yep, did. Also, I redid all out trim, sanding, staining and sealing.
So while I may not have the “PAID” job… I work.
I’m not complaining per say, because my day IS filled with things I love.
Wee Man and Wee Miss, writing and cooking. Speaking of…
(3-5) Pounds ground beef
Either a bag of frozen onions and peppers or chopped fresh.
A pkg of sliced Provolone (24 slices)
Mushrooms. (Can be canned or sliced fresh)
4 Cans of Biscuits
Worcestershire Sauce (am I the only one who can NEVER spell that word without the help from spell check?)
Brown ground beef (use potato masher to keep meat nice and crumbly as it cooks) with onions, peppers and mushrooms, if fresh. (if canned add when done) Add a few shakes of Worcestershire as you cook. When done, drain well.
Add more Worcestershire to the cooked meat (a few shakes should work fine) and mushrooms, mix well.
In large casserole pan, spray bottom with non-stick spray. Using hands, flatten biscuits to create a solid biscuit bottom. It took me one can plus 2 extra from the 2nd can. Add 1/2 the meat mixture evenly over top. Top with provolone. Next, using remaining biscuit break into small pieces and evenly scatter on top.
Repeat all in 2nd casserole pan.
Bake about 15-25 minutes until you see biscuits browned and everything is nice and bubble.
Serve with a nice salad and BOOM, a fun, tasty, easy and affordable dinner!
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