After work I stopped at the store, picked up some fish, then came home and made a light supper. (For those of you who care, it was "melchadik.") I made "oven fried" sole by lightly coating the fish with mayonnaise, then with a flour and spice mixture I'd improvised. As that baked, I cut up and separately nuked batches of blue and cranberry potatoes. After they were cooked, I added some diet margarine and salt and combined the two sets of potatoes for a really neat looking dish. (Yes, white would have been even cooler to add, but it would have made too much food.)
I also "micro-steamed" some collard greens, and while the fish was baking, I made some sugar-free lemon bars using lemons from our comptroller's tree. I did a double-batch so I'd have some to take to work tomorrow. Warren loved everything I cooked, which was great. He wants me to cook for his mother next weekend; she broke her left arm, and the potatoes would be easy to eat. I told him I could easily figure out what to make for the meat, as I'd had to deal with not using my left arm less than a year ago.
Now I'm relaxed and with Lady in bed, resting up for the week ahead.