Monday, February 4, 2013

weekend recap

Dave and I started out our weekend by going to Cubby's for lunch on Saturday.  We hadn't been there for a long time and decided that it'd probably be the only time all weekend we'd be able to get a table there.  After lunch, we walked over to the music store so Dave could get some new guitar strings.  I thought these guitars looked kind of cool.
I did our taxes Saturday afternoon.  I'm glad to have that taken care of!  We also did our grocery shopping that afternoon.  I thought we'd beat the Superbowl shopping crowd but I think we were in the middle of it instead.

I made a new recipe for supper that I'd gotten off Pioneer Woman's reader recipes a few years ago.  It's called spaghetti loaf and it's really, really good.

It makes a huge amount of food though.  My husband has a big appetite and we were still only able to get one half eaten.

Spaghetti Loaf
Brown hamburger, then mix with spaghetti sauce
Prepare spaghetti noodles(I made a little over half a box) and mix with sauce
Cut a loaf of French bread in half lengthwise
Sprinkle garlic salt on bread, top with spaghetti, then top with shredded cheese

Bake in oven at 350 until cheese has melted

Sunday was a relaxed day.  We hung out and watched the pregame shows.  Dave visited his brother's family for awhile.  I stayed home and read .

I love Duck Dynasty so it was fun to learn more about the family. 

Of course, we watched the Superbowl.  Well, I half watched as I read.  I didn't think the commercials were very good this year, though I did like the Dodge farmer commercial.

Quite possibly my biggest accomplishment of the weekend was getting Dave to throw this sock away:

It's like he has an emotional attachment to his socks.  Maybe it's a guy thing?

Have a great week!

1 comment:

Nicolle said...

Your photo of the guitars looks so neat. I just love it. That spaghetti loaf looks wonderful. I can almost taste it. I bet that Duck Dynasty book is really good. They are such a cool family. I had no idea I would love them like I do.

Yeah, it's a guy thing....Kevin has a stack of white undershirts that are all folded neatly on a shelf, but they are old and stained and have holes. I am not sure what I can do to talk him into trashing them. :)

Have a good night!