A big part of the Good Mommy Project is cooking dinner every night. In the past, I have let the kids fend for themselves on the weekends. This usually meant hot dogs or frozen burritos. Yes, I know three of my kids are in grammar school, but they can use the microwave :-).
Anyway, in search of a meat for dinner, I finally delved into our mini-deep freeze in the garage. ABM buys meat whenever he finds in on sale and tosses it in the freezer without telling me. Most of the time I open it up and get scared away by the turkey necks on top. Today I ventured past the turkey to see what else we had. I ended up taking everything out of the freezer. The good news is that I found two bags of boneless chicken breasts, two packages of stew beef, and two small pot roasts. These are items for which I can find recipes. The turkey necks? I can't work with those.
The bad news is that I think I need to defrost the freezer. There is a thick layer of ice on all four sides. Unfortunately, I haven't seen anyone defrost a freezer since I was a kid so I don't remember how. Hopefully, Google can come to my aid!