August 4th Menu

Ok so I wasn’t very good about taking pictures this week.  You are only getting one.  It was however, the best meal of the week so I am glad that I at least remembered for that one.  The roasted chicken with cherries and kale was definitely a different meal for us.  I love kale, and … Continue reading

July 28th Menu

This week’s meals were all relatively quick to prepare.  There are a few short cuts that I took that made things even easier.   Sunday features one of my favorite meals from when we were in Italy.  In Venice, I had an amazing spaghetti with clams and mussels dish.  Since I knew I wouldn’t be … Continue reading

July 21st Menu

We made it back!  It seems like we were gone longer than two weeks.  We came back just in time for this ridiculous heat wave we have going on right now.  This week’s menu takes full advantage of the grill and requires no cooking indoors (although outdoors really isn’t much better).  Either way, the recipes … Continue reading

June 30th Menu

Well, this is it everyone. Ok, so only for two weeks, but I am SO in vacation mode right now.  My bags are packed and I am ready for Italy and Greece!  If I didn’t have the menu sitting in front of me, I might not even remember what I ate earlier this week, I … Continue reading

June 23rd Menu

I apologize for the delay on the post this week.  It was our last week of school and somehow the week just got away from me.   Fresh corn is back in supermarkets, so I used it twice this week. First, I made a marinated, grilled chicken over a chilled farro corn salad.  It was … Continue reading

June 16th Menu

Father’s Day is this weekend and most dads love the grill.  I started the week with a grilled, Whiskey Glazed Flat Iron Steak recipe that I found from Food Network.  My dad also happens to be a fan of Jack Daniel’s so this seemed a perfect combination. You may have to ask your butcher for … Continue reading

June 9th Menu

This week started off HOT!  I decided to make one of my favorite summer time dishes…a shrimp and sausage boil.  It couldn’t be easier.  You literally just add things to a boiling pot of water seasoned with Old Bay.  There is a lot of wiggle room here so if you don’t like shrimp or sausage, … Continue reading