Sunday: Blackberry Pinot Noir Glazed Tenderloin with Brussel Sprouts and Rutabagas
I've posted this recipe before, but it is worth repeating. The pork is fabulous. The blackberry- pinot noir reduction with lemon and rosemary has tons of flavor and really pops. Also, veggies, veggies, veggies... can't get enough. This was my favorite meal this week.
Monday: Trader Joe's Lemon Pappardelle Pasta with Shrimp and Roasted Broccolli
After sauting the shrimp, I deglazed the pan with white wine and lemon juice and rounded it out with a little bit of butter. This pasta has so much flavor, it was a really nice change of pace. I wish I had doubled the sauce because the noodles really absorbed more than I expected but it was a nice meal.
I participated in the Life Management Center spelling bee with some co-workers and we went out for a late supper afterwards. We didn't get there until 9, and we were all starving so we split the tom kha gai soup, and passed around a green curry, pad thai, and veggie delight. I'd never ordered the tom kha gai before and it was amazing. It was a very fun evening, even if I did feel like I had a thai baby in my belly the next day from the late night bingeing.
Wednesday: Left Over Basil
Thai baby part duex. Worth it.
Thursday: Panko Snapper with Grits and a salad
This recipe is a variation of Christie's panko chicken, but with snapper. I can't tell you how many people I have shared this recipe with. So perfect for week nights, and it delivers every time. My grits secret? Cream cheese. Homey, hearty, stick to your ribs good.
What's been cooking in your kitchen lately?