I’m dusting off the bread machine — the one we haven’t used since we moved at the end of 2005. Also, firing up the crockpot because, dude, it may still be hot but it’s Fall already and working moms like me need crockpots to survive. It’s a soup day; we’ll have a little Italian sausage soup with homemade bread to warm our souls and make dinner a low-pressure event.
I do like to cook, although cooking is more often for survival than pleasure. Most moms I know don’t like to cook, or don’t cook at all (they heat up, order out or visit restaurants several times a week). I cook almost every night. Some nights are sandwich nights. We rarely go out.
There’s a great new helper for getting dinner on the table, though — the Charlottesville Super Suppers is NOW OPEN! I wrote about them back when they were just “coming soon” and lots of you said you’d like to try it.
So who’s with me? Leave a comment and we’ll coordinate a blogger gathering/cooking party.
And if you’re out of C’ville, let me know — have you tried Super Suppers or something similar? Did you like it?
(If you really don’t like to cook, they have a pick up option, too.)