^^I hope everything's OK, CarryOn.
On Sunday I went on a long (80km) bike ride with friends all over the city, so before we left in the morning I got dinner into the crockpot: Moroccan chicken and green olive tagine (stew). I love this recipe because you just toss everything into the crockpot, set it, and come back 6 hours later to dinner. Husband was complaining the other day that I haven't made it in a while (I usually don't do stews in summer).
Last night I made real lowbrow food, stovetop hamburger noodle casserole. Browned a pound of ground beef, then added onions and peppers. Once those started to soften, I added a can of tomatoes, a can of condensed tomato soup (the horror!) and a can of condensed cream of celery soup (double horror!). Stirred those together then added a bit of milk, dry pasta, and spices, then let the pasta cook in the sauce. I liked it, husband was less thrilled but also liked it. It's certainly not a culinary masterpiece, but it was easy and quick to throw together after we got back home from voting (yesterday was the federal election).
I've been making scrambled tofu for breakfasts the past couple of days, and I also made some really nice oatmeal on the weekend - steel-cut oats with pears that I cooked in a little butter and brown sugar. I left the house on Saturday after I ate, and when I got home I asked husband "Did you put away the leftover oatmeal?" and he said "Yep, I put it in my belly!" He seemed to really enjoy it for someone who "doesn't like oatmeal"