I've come down with the flu, in summer no less! So not only is it hot out, but I've got a fever and chills and aches and pains.
What this means though is that I must find a way to feed myself and my husband with minimal effort (the hubby, bless him, is not much of a cook.) Can you suggest some good, easy ideas for dinner on a hot summer's evening when the chef of the house is under-the-weather?
Sorry you are under the weather. Be of good heart. Rest and liquids is best for you. Drink a lot of orange juice, cranberry juice, etc. Some hot soup - if you can stand them in the summer is good too. You can also have some cereal such as cream of wheat or oatmeal. A soft boil egg. I personally would not eat salad - it might be too hard to digest.
As for your husband, he can always make himself some scrambled eggs, have soup with you. AND YOU CAN ALWAYS ORDER IN FROM ONE OF THE LOCAL LUNCHEONETTES.
You should concentrate on getting better and soon you will be up and around. Don't let it get worse.
Get well soon.
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