Once we got home, I went back out and brought my mom the chicken. Melissa is a vegetarian which is why she doesn’t eat chicken. My mom was very pleased to see how big it was! It was huge!! I hung out there for a little bit and went home. Mike and I went over to his tennis match. He didn’t play with his aunt because she was away. It’s interesting to sit with other tennis players and hear them critique people playing. It’s quite obnoxious the things that they say. It took everything within me to not say anything. They were making comments about Mike’s height, etc.. Mike is 6’5″. What’s the problem with that? I just couldn’t believe how people sit there and say things. I would never do that. Just watch the match and cheer on your team. That is it. Do you play a sport? Have you ever played a team sport?
Once Mike’s match was over, we went home and had the chicken for dinner. I also made a Birds Eye Steamfresh side.
On Sunday, I did some things around the house and then Mike and I went over to an open house. We really loved the house but I just don’t know if it’s in the cards for us right now. Only time will tell and we shall see. We then ventured to the supermarket to stock up for the week.
Once we got home, I started on our St. Patrick’s Day dinner! I made us Shepard’s Pie with ground turkey and homemade mashed potatoes.
Doesn’t photograph well but it tastes amazing!
It takes a while to prepare Shepard’s Pie or at least the recipe that I use. It’s well worth all of the prep because it tastes incredible! This dinner would have been completely gluten and dairy-free if I would have used gluten-free soy sauce. So just keep that in mind when making this dish if you are gluten-free. I used almond milk and Country Crock instead of real butter for the mashed potatoes so that it was dairy-free for me. It turned out great! It was a delicious St. Patrick’s Day meal! Did you do anything for St. Patty’s Day?
Have a great Monday!