Another semester for me has started and it’s the first one in my new major. I am excited, well, that is until I read all of the syllabus’ for the four classes I am taking. Overwhelmed with a few moments of what the heck was I thinking sunk in and stayed for a day or two. Now, today is the third day of the semester and while I still have that overwhelmed feeling, I am heading into this with a plan and hope for the best. I know I can do it but it will mean long hours of studying, my family may see some boring meals in their future, and they may even have to cook meals on their own. On those nights when they are fending for themselves, I need to remember to eat before I go to class or I will come home to leftover frozen pizza or hot dogs. It’s true. Even if I tell them there’s meals in the freezer, just thaw and heat. As for the blog, be patient with me, I promise to keep it up!
1/2 head of a cauliflower, trimmed and cut into ½ inch slices
1 yellow medium onion, cut into ½ inch slices
8 oz. sharp cheddar cheese, grated (2 cups)
2 tsp. dried thyme
2/3 cup of chicken stock
2 tsp. butter to dot the top
Place the potatoes into one pot of cold water, be sure the water covers the potatoes. Place cauliflower and onions in another pot of cold water, be sure the water covers the vegetables.