Chris made lasagna, but it was frozen for another day.
He was unhappy with how the pasta came out, but to the uneducated bystander it looked pretty good.
He cooked his sauce all day on Thursday, and he and Sharman cut up or grated three kinds of cheese. There will a vegetarian lasagna, too, but this one has meat sauce and prosciutto. For some reason there wasn't any linguica so Chris used generic Italian sausage.
I made a potato salad, and invented something to do with my black and white pasta.
It looked boring so I had to add the sundried tomatoes. Most family members were unwilling to try pasta dyed with squid ink, but Chris's aunt liked it.
I also put in a lot of time on homemade ice cream, but it didn't last long enough to photograph. Surprisingly, I was able to stick with my food plan by keeping the portions small.
I am grateful to live in a country where, despite soaring food and gas prices, we still have enough to eat. And air conditioning.