This is a very busy week at our house. The girls started Faith Formation (a/k/a CCD) tonight and their Daddy is a Catechist (teacher) at the church so everyone was really excited to get things started. This weekend is the semi-annual Consignment Sale at Molly's little sister's preschool so I will be busy helping there this week. Also, Molly's Daddy and I are lucky enough to be seeing Wicked this week in downtown Pittsburgh. It is one of my all time favorite Broadway musicals and the theaters here in Pittsburgh are amazing. There is not a bad seat in either Heinz Hall or the Benedum Center. We have something on the calendar everyday this week but, we will do our best take a breath and enjoy it. ☺
Tomorrow's lunch started out with a general idea for sides but I didn't think of the main entree until I was almost done with everything else. Then it hit me, nothing is better than a classic!
Our vegetable side is a green salad. We added a few pieces of red and orange bell pepper and some black olives. We are serving Ken's Steak House Light Italian Dressing on the side. We've also added a Babybel Cheese to this container for some extra protein. We used a micro cookie cutter to cut out a heart on the wax outer layer.
Our fruit side is a sliced McIntosh apple. It's that time of year here in Western Pennsylvania. There are apples and pumpkins galore! These McIntosh apples are petite with a wonderful sweet and tart flavor.
Finally, our dairy/dessert is a Chobani Champions Greek Yogurt in Verry Berry. Molly will be so excited when she sees this. She has really taken a liking to these and isn't seeming to get bored with them. This makes us very happy since they are so good for her.