Daily Dinners Post #3 of 26

It definitely wasn’t a perfect fortnight… there are some very non-nutritious meals in here. Just being honest, I guess.

I AM going to include some recipe links this time because there were a few winning dishes in between all the crap. :D

january 27, 2013 – spinach and artichoke lasagna

january 28, 2013 – thai lemon shrimp with rice and peas

january 29, 2013 – homemade fish and chips, with salad

more dinner pics after the jump…

january 30, 2013 – black bean burrito

january 31, 2013 – vegetarian spaghetti

february 1, 2013 – homemade minestrone and garlic bread

february 2, 2013 – salmon sushi bowl

february 3, 2013 – yeah……

february 4, 2013 – rice and beans and shrimp (DO NOT ADD SALT!!)

february 5, 2013 – shared an avocado combo and a yam tempura roll with scott

february 6, 2013 – scrambled eggs with a slice of homemade bread

february 7, 2013 – tofu vegetable stir fry

febuary 8, 2013 – panago butter chicken pizza and a breadstick

I could eat that mac n cheese for the rest of my life. It’s SOOOOO good. I don’t use canned pumpkin though, I just cut a small butternut in half and roast for around 40 minutes and scrape it out and use that. HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS RECIPE.

Previous daily dinner posts can be found HERE.

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  1. Cassia

    i think your usual dinners are nutritious enough that a chips dinner one night won’t result in scurvy. i am curious about that macncheese but apples? also, roasting pumpkin and caramelizing onions is so time consuming….

    February 12, 2013 Reply
    • Katrina

      it’s worth all the time!! it’s one of those meals where you can taste all the work you put in to it and it’s like a flavour explosion in your mouth, haha. so good. i add the apple right near the end so it doesn’t get cooked and is still somewhat crunchy.

      February 12, 2013 Reply
  2. Stephanie

    Hahahaha chips! #studentdiet

    I’m actually really impressed with the variety in meals you have. I don’t have the time to figure out new recipes (and grocery shop), and so I usually just have the same few meals on rotation.

    February 12, 2013 Reply
    • Katrina

      if it was up to scott we’d probably just eat the same thing every week. but i like eating new stuff all the time. and new recipes are one of my hobbies i guess. seems like we’ve been eating a lot of rice and beans lately tho!!

      February 13, 2013 Reply
  3. Rosemarie

    these pictures now excite me to cook more instead of make me sad about what i can’t make. i now have an oven! and a microwave! and a toaster! and another oven! and a gas stove! and a rice cooker! and a kettle! when katelin and i combine everything we have quite a bit. and avocadoes are in season!!! two kinds!!! NOM NOM NOMMMMS

    February 14, 2013 Reply
    • Katrina

      two ovens??!!

      February 14, 2013 Reply
      • Rosemarie

        katelin’s parents bought her one of those sit on the counter ovens last year because she thought she would live in halls all 3 years

        February 14, 2013 Reply
  4. Jackie

    I am going to try the butternut mac n cheese. Looks fantastic!

    February 27, 2013 Reply
    • Katrina

      yay!!! let me know how it goes!

      February 27, 2013 Reply

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