1) Except for the occasional In-n-Out Cheeseburger, I don't care for red meat, and
2) Ever since returning from a school camp a few years ago, my son has decided not to eat cow.
We are not hard and fast, and the remaining demographic household segments have no problem with cow consumption. But since I cook most of the time, I am the 'decider'.
But this week, the cow is no longer sacred. It's time for a good grilled steak. Here's what's cooking. Be assured that no beef will be left at the end of the week.
Monday--Grilled steak, Cherry Salad and rice. Cherries are in season and the bleu cheese in the Cherry Salad will play quite nicely with the steak. Ribeye or a good T-Bone makes the meat eaters happy.
Tuesday--Tofu-tuna salad. The Yang to Monday's Yin meal. No cooking and the only red is from the tomatoes.
Wednesday--Asian-style steak sandwiches. Slicing the leftover steak really thin, tossing some carrots, red peppers and bean sprouts with some Asian sesame dressing, on a nice crusty French roll. RIP cow.
Thursday--Teriyaki chicken, rice and a green salad
Friday--Quick pasta salad for a meatless meal.
In our house, we eat what we like, but moderation rules the day too. Eat Well. Be Well.