So here we are at the end of another busy week (I count my week Monday - Sunday.) While my husband is at a board meeting for the San Francisco City Chorus, I've finished my weekly recap and planning for the upcoming week and am checking in on Active Rain. In a few minutes I'll try a new recipe for us to enjoy as a late dinner tonight when he gets home.
I'll be modifying the recipe for Spicy Sesame Zoodles with Crispy Tofu which my daughter shared with me from @pinchofyum on Instagram. Being basically lazy, or too busy, I purchased low-sugar Thai peanut sauce which I'll use instead of making the sauce from scratch; I can always toss in some chili pods if I need to spice it up a bit. For sides, I plan to saute two different mushrooms, maitake and morel (Maitake is considered a medicinal mushroom and is classified as an adaptogen. An adaptogen helps the body resist all forms of stress, either mental or physical and has a normalizing function on the body. Morels I rarely eat--they are very elusive) for a taste test, and some fresh chard picked this afternoon from our garden plot at Fort Mason Community Garden.
A relaxed, late dinner and an early night will refresh and recharge me. I'll be ready for some early morning yoga, then to the gym and a walk in the Presidio before breakfast. Welcome Monday!
How do you relax on a Sunday evening and get ready for the week to come? Wishing you all a good one.