Thursday, August 3, 2017

Mission: Lasagne

One of the things I was most concerned about in the RV was cooking. You see, there is like no counter space in here! I'm a dietitian and health coach and cooking healthy food is important to me.... some may even call me a little uptight about it :). 

Last night I decided to really test out the kitchen and make lasagne from scratch. And not just one pan, but two. The second pan was for some people we met out here in the Lithia Springs campground. As many of you know, Oscar is really amazing at getting to know people. He's very outgoing and people just open up to him. He met some people that seem to be having just way too much bad luck. Let me give you the run down... there is a couple here and they live in a small trailer on this campground with her mother who has cancer. This couple watched a complete stranger's camper burn down and then decided to take in that couple as well... as if they didn't have enough stress. All 5 of them are living together, looking for work and I have to tell you, learning more about them just makes me appreciate all we have even more. The least I could do was make them a pan of lasagne! 

All in all operation lasagne was a success! I made two pans of veggie lasagne (with mushrooms because a little bit of mushrooms each day can cut your cancer risk significantly) cooking each one separately in my easy bake oven (its small lol). I did use the no boil noodles- that saves a lot of time and a pan. 

Here's the final product:

And some pictures of the process! 

Lots of love,

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