This week brings some much-needed variety back into the rotation. Plus, my husband is saying that we haven't had rice in quite awhile. Here's what's cooking this week.
Farewell to turkey with simple sandwiches. Open faced with cranberry sauce, or just turkey, lettuce, mayo, tomato, cracked pepper. This was pure comfort food that we ate while watching football.
Shoyu-Shiitake-Butter-Sauce Fish, rice, a green salad, and a little sashimi on the side.
Kim Chee Pork. I'm obsessed with this really simple stir-fry. This time I'm adding some fresh chard to up the veggie content and see what happens. If nothing else, it will look prettier.
Poulet Grandmere. It's a little close to turkey, but we can't eat by rice alone.
New recipe of the week: Willows Chicken Curry. From an old Honolulu Junior League cookbook. Curry from scratch, but I'll have to figure out how to scale it down. You just have to love a recipe that starts with a block of butter and half a gallon of coconut milk!
Korean Chicken Soup. The baby bok choy is looking very good now that it has turned cold.
In between that, I'll be decking the halls, thinking we're going to make for our annual Christmas party, and figuring out what new baking recipes that husband should try out.
Eat Well. Be Well.