Dinner Time Dilemmas

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Working in television means you’re at the office at odd times. Morning crews come in anywhere from 12am-3am and work till around noon. Dayside crews arrive around 9-10am and work through the evening newscast, which means they’re usually off the clock after 6pm. If you’re working nightside, forget about having a “normal family dinner”. You work from 3pm until after the 11 o’clock news (Heaven forbid there’s a football game. You’ll be lucky to be out of there before midnight.)

All these odd shifts can make it hard to have a “normal family meal”. After our little guys was born and I went back to work, my husband and I got really good at making big meals on the weekends and leaving plenty of left overs for lunches & dinners during the week. Don’t want to spend the entire weekend slaving away over a store? Enter the crock pot. We have 3 at our house. Yes 3! Crock pots are God’s gift to the working woman. It’s right up there with coffee and wine.

To help make your next meal a little easier here is one of my favorite crock pot recipes.

 

Easy German Potato Soup

1lb smoked kielbasa (chopped)

1 bag frozen diced potatoes (with peppers)

1 jar sauerkraut (rinsed & drained)

3 cups chicken broth

2 cups water

3 tablespoons mustard

Mix ingredients in crock pot and cook on high for 3 hours or low for 6 hours.


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