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Snow Day Lunch

Woke up this morning and had a text from my co-worker saying that we had a work from home day today because of the snow we got all day yesterday and through the night. This is great for me, since I have a desktop at work, which means just don’t do anything. Snow days for adults? Well, our headquarters is outside of Atlanta and they have a policy that if the surrounding schools call off school, that we are also closed. Probably because they never get snow in Georgia so it’s a pretty big deal. Being the same company, this also applies to our office in Ann Arbor šŸ™‚

Lunch today was leftovers from last night’s excursion to Ollie’s in Dearborn.

Rice pilaf, pita bread, shish kafta, & shish kafta. Also some zucchini & mushrooms I fried up real quick with Kenzoil olive oil.

I like having a snow day like this, unexpected, so I can get some extra things done. Another load of laundry, cleaned bathtub, washing shower curtains, put clothes away… now to go write out some more Christmas cards! (I hate doing that.)

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  1. December 13, 2010 at 17:52

    hey, that looks so yummy. will have to look up meaning of “shish kafta” tho. ha!

    • shortystylee
      December 13, 2010 at 18:50

      Shish kafta is like a long shish kabob made with spiced minced lamb. The Lebanese restaurant we went to has a dinner for two (more like four) platter with that, shish tawook (chicken), shish kabob (beef), rice, veggies, and soup/salad. It’s a really good deal when you can stretch it across four meals.

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