Dinners w/o 2/20:

Sunday –
Lemon chicken with croutons – http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/lemon-chicken-with-croutons-recipe2/index.html
Steamed green beans

Monday–
Halibut w/ pesto and arugula salad – http://overcocktails.blogspot.com/2009/04/halibut-dinner-in-10-15-minutes.html  

Tuesday –
Dinner at In-Laws

Wednesday –
Panko Crusted Chicken Tenders (going to make extra and try and see how freezing them works so I always have them on hand for quick kid meals) http://www.food.com/recipe/Panko-Crusted-Chicken-Tenders-327080
Alexia’s sweet potato waffle fries http://alexiafoods.com/products/sweet-potatoes/waffle-cut-sweet-potato  

Thursday –
Parents out with friends–
Walrus and Carpenter http://www.thewalrusbar.com/TWB/home.html  

Friday –
NEW RECIPE – Spaghetti with shrimp and broccoli http://www.housebeautiful.com/kitchens/recipes/pasta-shrimp-recipes-ina-garten-0710  

Saturday – Friends over for Mexican
Grilled ancho rubbed pork with tomato salsa http://www.realsimple.com/food-recipes/browse-all-recipes/grilled-ancho-rubbed-pork-recipe-00000000034981/
Bob’s authentic margarita (makes 1 margarita) – 1 ½ shot of silver Patron tequila, ¾ shot Cointreau, 2 limes juiced, quick squeeze of fresh lemon juice. Shake and pour over a salt rimmed glass filled to the top of ice. *Occasionally Bob adds a quick splash of soda water on top before serving.
Best margarita ever – just ask anyone that has had one 

Soup Swap!
The soup swap I mentioned a couple weeks ago is taking place on Sunday morning so Saturday afternoon I am going to make Ina’s Mexican Soup for my contribution http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ina-garten/mexican-chicken-soup-recipe/index.html

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2 responses to “Dinners w/o 2/20:

  1. Where do you buy your halibut? I think you are in Seattle and I’m wondering where you get your fish. I’ve looked at Costco and Trader Joes and can’t find it there. I’m a huge fan of your menus! I’m currently obsessed with the chicken tostadas.

    • Hi – i usually get wild, prev. frozen halibut at our local grocery store, Whole Foods or sometimes even Costco has it. It’s harder to find in the winter and so much better in the summer!

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