Simple Salmon, My Mom's Japanese Coleslaw, "Nekkid" kale chips with teriyaki dipping sauce and rice. Back to school means "brain food" so salmon seems like a good choice. This time, I seasoned kale chips with only with olive oil, sesame seeds and fresh cracked pepper. To make the dipping sauce, I used the basic teriyaki sauce recipe and heated it just to a bare boil.
Orzo salad (on the fly). Peppers, basil, tomatoes and cukes are all in season. I'll probably toss is a little arugula as well.
Falafel, Greek Salad and pita bread. Either from scratch or more likely, from Five Star Falafel. 12 fresh falafel for $5.99 that I can pick up on my way from work is looking mighty appealing for a mid-week meal.
Tuna melts using my friend the panini pan. Recipe posting this week.
Tofu/Soba Salad revisited and My Mom's Kabocha, which is just now coming into season. The coconut/curry pasta didn't work out. It was too sour, too salty and just too much to tinker with, so I'm trying a completely new and lighter-flavored recipe.
Good luck to all who are going back to school, as well as all of those who make sure they get there.
Eat Well. Be Well.