Meal updates from last week:
We really enjoyed the chicken patties as well as the taco salad. I didn’t have a chance to make the pork with rice noodles, but when I have the time I will let you know how it turns out. As always we loved the Thai chicken, I served it with beans, broccoli and cauliflower. Last week I was on a roasted cauliflower kick, I have to say that it is beyond delicious cooked this way. I drizzle cauliflower with some olive oil and season with salt and pepper, into a 400 degree oven it roasts until browned. Honestly so delicious! The deep freeze continues to bring below normal temperatures for us, and there is no end in sight!!
This week is busy and full of fun. I will be celebrating my birthday and we are heading to the mountains for a couple of days. We are hoping to explore and get some skiing in, but that all depends on the weather. This week we will be eating at home Sunday-Thursday, but heading out for dinner on Tuesday to celebrate. We will spend Valentine’s Day at home enjoying a fancier meal.
- Beef stroganoff from @recipe_tin we ate this tonight and let me tell you it was amazing! I served this over egg noodles. If you decide to make this recipe, splurge for a good cut of beef. I bought tenderloin and it was perfect for this recipe.
- Roasted pistachio-crusted salmon with kale salad from @cookinglight I will made some steamed rice as a side for the salmon.
- Birthday dinner!
- Chicken shawarma bowls from @tastesbetterfromscratch I love a one bowl meal!
- Lobster tails with lemon garlic butter from @natashaskitchen on the side I will serve roasted mini potatoes and steamed beans. For dessert I’m thinking of no-bake cheesecake, I found this recipe from @dessertfortwo that I think I will try. I also really want to try a make these chocolate coconut love bites, if I have the time to get all of the ingredients then I will. Stay tuned!
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Happy Valentine’s Day,