Seriously, I've been caring for my mom during and after her hospital stay for knee replacement surgery. There were three options there: a cafeteria, a Tim's, and a Subway. I brought my own snacks and managed to stick to my sugar-reduced eating plan for the most part, but what to serve for Easter dinner was about the last thing on my mind.
Since bringing her home to recuperate, meals have been a little sketchy. The smell of anything cooking makes her toss her cookies. We've been eating a lot of sandwiches and toast. I am running between two houses, so meal planning has taken a back seat. Easter dinner has been put off until some other, more structured, weekend.
However, since today is Monday, it's back to work for me. I figure I should at least bring some decent lunches, and then go with the flow after work when I assume the caregiver role. Here are some ideas for the week, based on what's in the fridge & freezer:
Hummus with cucumber & whole wheat pita
Breaded fish filet with spinach salad
Friday maybe I'll treat myself to take-out sushi!