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Hi Nancy and fellow “Landers”!
Nancy, I, too, enjoyed your story about taking your cats to watch the ducks. I told my husband about it and he asked if you and I were related, because it sounded like something I would do!
I have also had Cindy’s message from Jan. 4 on my mind. Perhaps, Cindy, you could use an office chair with rollers to help you maneuver around the kitchen and prepare just a few things before your husband comes home. Because you're on oxygen, I certainly wouldn’t want you around a gas stove, but perhaps you can do some chopping or cooking in the oven (if it’s electric), or even pop a chicken in to bake. Pre-chopped veggies are always a great help, if that's all you can manage. Fellow Landers, do you think we can come up with some very simple semi-homemade recipes for Cindy and/or her husband?

Easy Skillet Casserole

1 lb. ground beef
2 medium potatoes, peeled & sliced
1 medium yellow onion, peeled & sliced
1 can green beans, drained
2/3 cup water
salt & pepper to taste

Brown the ground beef in a medium to large size skillet. Drain grease, if desired. Season with a tiny bit of salt and pepper. Layer the potatoes and the onions, seasoning as you go, then at last the green beans. Add the water; cover and cook on medium heat for about 20 minutes, checking occasionally to be sure the water hasn’t dried up. There you have a tasty casserole with meat. 2 vegetables and onion for seasoning.
Irene in La. (64, cancer survivor)


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