Monthly Archives: July 2012
A typical Chicken Monday dinner. I set my eensy chicken breast on a nest of green beans and mushrooms. Having the gravy always makes this dinner better. Rutabagas, eats like a starch, counts like a vegetable.
Here in St. George during the summer you have to get up pretty early to get your outdoor exercise in. All week long John and I have been out on the tennis court some days by 7 AM and other … Continue reading
John found some cedar planks at the grocery store and also wild salmon which was frozen but looked pretty good. Here’s the salmon ready to go on the grill. I had started some farro about an hour before using the … Continue reading
John and I were interested in a GBOF (giant bowl of food.) We decided that the best way to stretch our food points and achieve our goal would be to make a little pasta, add a little tuna and pad … Continue reading
Jonathan likes to call this dinner first world dieting. Guilty as charged. Lobster tails are one of the more extravagant dinners that we have. But as I have said before, we don’t go out to eat very often. If we … Continue reading
Tonight we had one of our few “meat” meals. By meat, I mean pork, beef or lamb. For most cuts of this trio the fat content is just too high. But pork tenderloin is more like chicken when it comes … Continue reading
Happy Pioneer Day! If you don’t live in Utah you probably are not celebrating. Pioneer Day remembers the day that Brigham Young said “this is the place” and he and his followers stopped and settled. If you are not LDS … Continue reading