The weekly menu and cooking dinner ahead? Would go way smoother if we didn't break the grill tonight replacing the propane tank.
We cooked salmon burgers in the oven (also lemon pepper chicken for tomorrow) and we boiled the most beautiful head of cauliflower I have ever seen (purchased at our farmers market where we actually bought produce instead of just baked goods and kettle corn), so our house pretty much smells like ass
Salmon burgers (with fan-freaking-tastic farmers market garnish, like giant red onion and succulent tomato)
(and Ben and the kids will probably have tater tots and wear their lunch lady hairnets and serve them with a slotted spoon)
Asian chicken salads (the aforementioned baked lemon pepper chicken, baby field greens, freakishly huge farmers market green onions that are too tall for the veggie drawer, red pepper, green pepper, blanched sugar snap peas, mandarin oranges-- or maybe clementines. We like to throw crunchy chow mein noodles on top, and we have an okay 5-calorie Asian spray dressing or a 70-calorie-per-serving Trader Joe's spicy peanut dressing)
The kids will probably pick at this and eat Annie's ravioli, if you want to know the truth
Grilled (or probably baked actually since the grill is, um, totallyfuckingbroken) pork chops (and Ben is especially excited about his lemon pepper marinade, which is a departure from our usual barbecue sauce)
corn on the cob
**and this is where things take a turn for the shitty**
Friday: (really half assed because this is the day Ben has his face rebuilt)
frozen carrot/broccoli/cauliflower medley
Trader Joe's-- we go in the afternoon and let Harry push the annoying little cart and pick out something to make/heat up
a restaurant somewhere that serves something we don't have to cook.
What about you? What are you eating this week?