Sunday: Quiznos (Click here for a coupon for a sandwich, drink and chips for only $2.99!)
Monday: Dill-Havarti stuffed chicken breast, spinach salad and prosciutto-wrapped nectarines
Tuesday: Brown sugar glazed pork tenderloin, buttery grilled corn (with the addition of chopped tomatoes and cilantro), leftover spinach salad
Wednesday: Quesadillas (using leftover pork and corn and tomatoes from the night before with the addition of some sharp cheddar cheese), fresh cherries and grapes
Thursday: Zucchini-sausage cornbread and black-eyed peas
Friday: Sockeye Salmon Fillet en Papillote with Julienne Vegetables, brown rice pilaf
Saturday: Homemade corn dogs (you have to try this recipe!!), macaroni and cheese, baked beans (take it easy and pop open a can!)
Many of the recipes I have linked to come from one of my favorite periodicals, Real Simple magazine. What a fabulous publication--I hope it's around for years to come.
Some of the recipes are from my favorite Food Network chef--Alton Brown!! I love his quirky show and the knowledge that he imparts on his viewers. He's a genius in SO many ways. And nice, too.
Did you know I met him a few years ago? James and I were first in line at a book signing of his in Washington, D.C., and I asked him over to our apartment for dinner-he told me he already had dinner plans--lol! I am still glad that I asked. Can you imagine if he had said "yes"? I still don't know what I would have made for dinner if he had said yes. Not a clue.
Leave a comment and let me know what you would make for dinner if Alton Brown came over!
And what's on your menu this week?