When we lived at Aspen Meadows I never cooked during the week. I would ride in the morning and then head into the office after rush hour. That meant I drove home after the evening rush hour, arriving home at 8:00 or so. Dinner was usually a bowl of cereal for me and something equally exciting for Brett.
At my new job, people tend to get into the office early and then head out the door by 5:00. I'm at my desk between 7:30 and 8:00 and back home before 6:00. I am able to help Brett with the evening chores -- at least, I will until the time changes and it starts getting dark at 4:00 in the afternoon. I'm also cooking dinner during the week; nothing fancy or time consuming, but cooking nonetheless.
Tonight I roasted some butternut squash and piled it on top of a mixture of lettuce.
I tried something new to go with the salad: a spaghetti frittata.
Fast, easy and quite tasty. Spaghetti, Parmesan cheese, chopped basil and eggs.