Pasta on Sunday
Carbonara Hironaka. Using traditional bacon. The Japanese char siu is physically gone, and we are still exercising it away.
Monday is #MeatlessOneDay
Summer Soba Salad for 95-degree weather. No cooking allowed. We may even skip boiling the soba or make it on Sunday.
Salmon Pouches, take 2. The household is a little skeptical based on the epic failure of Salmon Couscous (among others). But we have a literal boatload of Costco salmon, so it's salmon, shallots, potatoes, zucchini and this time, No Substitutions.
Kalua Pig Sliders, using the mini King's sweet bread rolls and kalua pig that we froze a few weeks ago with Tropical Fruit Salsa to balance out the salty/sweet equation
Halloumi salad. I had this when I was in Israel, and found Halloumi cheese at the new, slightly-fancy-but-still-not-too-snooty market. Halloumi is a really sturdy cheese that you can fry or grill and I don't think I can mess up lettuce, cukes, tomatoes, maybe an avocado and some small pickles.
Dinner with love from my Rhode Island ohana. Baby scallops baked in butter, breadcrumbs and a bit of green pepper and Jane's Stuffed Zucchini! We have the first ginormous zuke of the season waiting for this.
Hello Summer Extras
Homemade Granola Mola
We haven't bought granola since using this recipe. It's easy, ono and way less expensive than box granola.
Sour Cream Blueberry Muffins
It's berry season!
Homemade raspberry sorbet (see above)
This is multi-day experiment with a new toy we received for Christmas.
Blackberry or Darjeeling sun tea, because orthodontia and carbonated beverages are a Big No-No-No.
Goat cheese and lots of crackers
Have a good week all!