19 :: June Kitchen Blog Hop and CSA Loot

Last week I started a new job. I went from working 26 hours a week (80% mom-schedule plus another 20% furlough) to working 40 hours a week. All of a sudden I went from being home at 3:30pm to being home at 5:30pm or later. I also haven’t been feeling 100%. I’ve been feeling dizzy/light headed for weeks without any real explanation. I know how very lucky I am to have my mom and dad here helping out. Every night last week my mom had dinner ready when I got home. I’m blessed beyond belief. Last week was also our first week with our new CSA. We enjoyed lots of salad! I used our rhubarb to make blueberry rhubarb muffins (which were eaten so fast I didn’t even snap a photo). I also hear that rhubarb freezes well, so I know what I’ll be doing with it if I get more. I had a ton of spinach so I made a quadruple recipe of spinach cake mini muffins. We also have an obscene amount of chives, green onions and mint!

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My little helper working in her very own kitchen.

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This post is part of Heather’s This Week in My Kitchen :: Blog Hop

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2 Responses to 19 :: June Kitchen Blog Hop and CSA Loot

  1. Valeria says:

    Your spinach muffins look great, I could try them! Maybe my son could eat spinach in this way ^_^ Your little helper is so cute! Also my son has his kitchen and he loves to play with it for hours, but also to help me in the real one. Happy weekend from Italy

    • Jenn says:

      I can’t take credit for the recipe. My friend passed it along to me and she found it online. Give it a try and let me know if he eats them!

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