Another week of (almost) meatless eating!
Twice we ate with other people this week, so we ate what they served us, including the leftovers (my father-in-law sent us home with a HUGE amount of lasagna that made lunches for four days). Rather than being legalistic I simply have focused on preparing meatless dinners on the weekdays when we're home, and avoiding meat myself for lunch unless there are leftovers or something that needs to be eaten. (We often eat meatless lunches around here anyway.)
Saturday: Lasagna at Keith's dad's house.
Sunday: French dip sandwiches (loosely based on the Pioneer Woman's recipe) and a salad.
Monday: Tortellini with alfredo sauce, asparagus.
Tuesday: Cream of broccoli soup from this cookbook, with bread from Loafer's.
Wednesday: Chinese takeout with my family, for my brother's birthday. And birthday cake of course. ;) (I made it from a mix, which I basically never do, but I made chocolate swiss meringue buttercream to go with it, and it was delicious.)
Thursday: Salmon en papillote, with spinach and cream, served over couscous with feta. This sounds super complicated but it's so simple! I learned how to cook salmon this way while I had this cookbook
out from the library, and none of the recipes I found online were quite what I remembered, so I fudged it and it turned out fine.
Friday: Enchilada pie. Was planning on making clam chowder, but I decided 1) I need more potatoes to go in it, and 2) I'd like to serve it with bread, and it was too late in the day to make it. So change of plans!
Saturday: We are having guests! The french dip sandwiches were a trial run for serving them, so we'll be repeating those.